G. Azieva, A. Alimagambetova, U. Turusbekova


Kazakhstan is one of the few countries in the world rich in oil, deservedly called “black gold” because it is the most important source of energy. The relevance of the study of this paper is determined by the fact that the management of the oil industry affects not only the management process itself, but also the social aspects of the implementation of the development strategy of the state as a whole. It is necessary to identify aspects of management activity and define criteria by which it is possible to calculate the effectiveness of managerial decision-making in the analyzed industry. Agent models allow us to identify the main criteria for the effectiveness of managerial decision-making and optimize social and economic costs for their implementation within the framework of interdepartmental planning. The novelty of the research is determined by the fact that agent models are based not only on the associated parameters of the management process, but also affect the possibility of planning current activities for a long period. The article shows that the formation of agent models should affect both the aspect of the formation of matrices of complex managerial actions and calculations on the accounting of competencies in making managerial decisions. The practical significance of the study is determined by the fact that the development of complex models based on agent forms allows expanding the use of forms of control over the industry by the state and other stakeholders. The implementation of a matrix form of management is proposed, taking into account balanced industry indicators of management quality.

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agent, management, model, industry, oil

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