SPECIFICITIES OF MAKING MANAGEMENT DECISIONS IN THE SOCIAL SYSTEM AT THE URBAN COMMUNITY LEVEL
INTEGRATIVE PERSONAL PSYCHOLOGY
INTRODUCTION Today, Ukraine is actively implementing self-managment in all spheres of public life. The development of civil society, creation of non-governmental organisations, formation of territorial communities, and their unification make it necessary to determine the specifics of managing social systems that do not have a clear subordination and interaction hierarchy. Manager's professsionalism is the crucial importance in the ability to guarantee effective management and decision-making in
... decision-making in new formats of such interaction. That is, the formation of a certain integral organization of manager's professional and personal characteristics, which causes the formation of their professionally significant qualities, which are manifested in the creative realization of professional activity during the lifetime. The specificity of the manager's professionalism is that in making the decision they perform complex systematic actions, which are their own intellectual actions related to the processes of self-awareness; mental actions on the levels of "matterproblem"; procedural actions "managementadministrating -organization"; social actions in the parallel "strategic (actions towards low-level managers)tactical (actions given by top-level managers)". In the context of management activities and decision-making processes, there are two main tasks that require more detailed research: 1) determining the specificities of decision-making in social systems of various forms of organization (formal, informal, self-organized); 2) distinguishing the specificities of the professional training of managers in higher education institutions and the system of retraining to work in the current conditions of global transformation. Within the scope of solving the first problem, it is necessary to determine the specificities of decision making both in formally organized systems and in informally and selforganized systems. Regarding formally organized systems with their clear structure and hierarchy, a considerable amount of research can be noted regarding the analysis of the specifics of management decisions. The specificities of decision making in informally organized and self-organized systems are less explored. In our research, we need to distinguish the socio-psychological specificities of the processes that lead to the making and implementation of management decisions in such systems.