Complexity of social system cybernetics: Risk and uncertainty management in negotiation
AuthorStankovski, Mile J.
Icev, Zhivko A.
Dinibütün, Abdurrahman Talha
Dimirovski, Georgi M.
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CitationStankovski, M. J., Kolemisevska-Gugulovska, T.D., Icev, Z. A., Dinibütün, A. T., Dimirovski, G. M. (2006). Complexity of social system cybernetics: Risk and uncertainty management in negotiation. Improving Stability in Developing Nations Through Automation 2006, (pp. 71-76). http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/B978-008045406-1/50010-0
The globalization era world-wide involve mass communications and competition of conflicting interests, social and society interactions as well as various confrontations intrinsic to which are the negotiation processes based on information and decision analyses. This social system cybernetics emphasises for the mankind society at large the improvement society’s ability to manage uncertainty has become vitally important. Probability theory and information theory as well as fuzzy-set theory, and thereafter info-gap and risk-management models have contributed considerably to understanding social system cybernetics as well as an managing international conflicts and risks. By adopting the information as the third fundamental category next to those of energy and matter, and taking theories of complexity and complex systems as point of departure, it can be argued in favour of composite linguistic and probabilistic information as categorical concept in negotiations along with uncertainty management within organizational human-centred and social systems.