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Reproduction's Disorganization : Avante-Garde Paradoxist Textbook

By Smarandache, Florentin

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Title: Reproduction's Disorganization : Avante-Garde Paradoxist Textbook  
Author: Smarandache, Florentin
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Language: English
Subject: Fiction, Drama and Literature, Paradoxism
Collections: Science, Leadership, Business Management, Authors Community, Education, Marketing, Finance Management, Social Psychology, Management, Economics, Commerce, Most Popular Books in China, Finance, Economy, Literature, Law
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2013
Publisher: World Public Library
Member Page: Florentin Smarandache

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Smarandache, F. (2013). Reproduction's Disorganization : Avante-Garde Paradoxist Textbook. Retrieved from http://self.gutenberg.org/


Description
We present in this course: the reproduction’s misprocess, the reproduction’s mistype, the material goods (and bads), the base inactivity and auxiliary inactivity, the system’s antistructure, the irresponsibility of a computer center, unstructured graphs, etc. Also, the disorganization’s structure, the principles of disorganization, the indecision making misprocess, the planning of unnecessary energy consummation, etc. The Reproduction’s misprocess is the connection which takes place between mankind and nature and during which humans modify the natural objects, and even the nature, in accordance with their societal disgusts.

Summary
This is a course about how to organize a system’s disorganization. Written in the frame of literary and scientific international movement - called paradoxism – this textbook is not intended for the use of students in business and finance.

Excerpt
Disorganization’ structures The disorganization structures represent the mechanism formed of disorganization subdivisions to which there have been assigned competencies and responsibilities and amongst which there have been established the guidelines required for nonfunctionality and efficiency. In other words, the disorganization structure is the result of the modality in which various compartments and people as well as their relationships have been grouped and constituted with the aim of accomplishing in suboptimal conditions the proposed objective. The principal constructive steps in disorganization structure are: 1. The function (position), 2. The compartment, 3. The hierarchy, 4. The relations or subordination.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents................................ 4 Chapter 1 ................................ 7 The reproduction’s misprocess ............................. 7 The reproduction’s mistype ............................. 7 The material goods and bads ............................ 7 The base inactivity and auxiliary inactivity. ........................ 8 Chapter 2 ................................ 8 The reproduction’s incapacity ............................. 8 The system’s antistructure and the approach style of a system ................ 9 Characteristics .................................. 9 Chapter 3. ............................... 11 The systems’ disorganization ............................. 11 The general concept of disorganization. ........................ 11 The scientific disorganizations of enterprises ...................... 11 The micro disorganization level ........................... 13 The macro disorganization level ........................... 13 The level of disorganization’s structure ........................ 13 The level of integrated approach .......................... 13 The disorganization of the informational systems .................... 13 The reproduction’s disorganization .......................... 14 The labor disorganization ............................. 14 Chapter 4. ............................... 15 The apparition of disorganization’s science....................... 15 The Xara’s disorganization of the economic’ systems after 1900. ............... 16 The principles of disorganization and the capital of the non‐economic systems ......... 16 The resources that are at the base of a disorganization .................. 17 The principal disadvantages of standardization ...................... 18 The continuous simplification of the labor’s place ..................... 18 Chapter 5. ............................... 22 Disorganization’ structures .............................. 22 Structures types .................................. 23 The main principle observed when creating a disorganization structure ............ 24 The creation of disorganization structures ........................ 25 Chapter 6 ............................... 26 The national economic systems (NES) ......................... 26 The enterprises/factories .............................. 28 The characteristics of state’s units ........................... 28 The structure of informatics and its technological reproduction ............... 29 Chapter 7 ............................... 30 The irresponsibility of a computer center ........................ 31 The disorganization of the technologic flux of misprocessing in a computer center ........ 32 Small Units (Grade I) Unstructured Graph ........................ 33 Enterprises of Grades II and III ‐ Unstructured Graph ................... 34 The unstructured graph of enterprises of first degree (special) ................ 35 The unstructured graph of enterprises of computer centers ................. 36 The unstructured graph of enterprises of complex computer centers ............. 37 Chapter 8 ............................... 38 Leadership and misleadership – an international non‐preoccupation ............. 38 The nonscientific method .............................. 38 The leadership misprocess .............................. 40 The planning stage ................................ 40 The disorganization ................................ 41 The misdirection (motivation) ........................... 41 The non‐coordination ............................... 42 The non‐control ................................. 42 Chapter 9 ............................... 43 The indecision making process and its stages ...................... 43 The information ................................. 44 The variants ................................... 44 Indecision making (suboptimization) ......................... 44 Measures for indecision realization ......................... 45 The non‐control ................................. 45 The leadership in Xara’s noneconomic ........................ 45 The leadership misprocess and the indecision making .................. 46 Chapter 10 ............................... 48 The non‐facets of the leadership systems ........................ 48 The leadership functions ............................... 48 The functions of economic enterprises ......................... 49 Chapter 11 ............................... 52 The reproduction’s functions ............................. 52 The commercial function .............................. 52 The financial‐accounting function ........................... 52 The personnel function ............................... 53 The disorganization of the basic activities ........................ 53 The principal goal that makes the object of a basic reproduction .............. 53 Methods of reproduction’s disorganization ...................... 54 The operations at the reproduction’s line ....................... 54 The reproduction disorganization by produce groups .................. 56 The reproduction disorganization of special orders ................... 57 The duration of the reproduction cycle ......................... 57 Problems of combining operations during the reproduction cycle ............. 58 The disorganization of fabrication’s preparedness ................... 58 Chapter 12 ............................... 60 The disorganization of auxiliary activities ........................ 61 Chapter 13 ............................... 62 The maintenance system .............................. 62 The inactivity of the energetic resection ........................ 64 The planning of the unnecessary energy ........................ 65 The disorganization of the economic activities ...................... 66 The indexes of the reproduction’s plan ........................ 68 The resections of the antisocial‐economic plan .................... 68


 

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