Management and Personnel:
psychology of management, socionics and sociology
- journal issue 1/06

  • N 1 (37)

  • January

  • 2006

CONTENTS

Management Tools

Khudyakov Yu.A., Ayurzanayev O.I., Serebrennikova O.V.

New Models of HR Management

The article considers models of organizational HR management, processes of strategic changes in an organization, and social models of HR management, and gives advices to those who strive for establishing a new system of management. An issue of assessment of efficiency of new management models is discussed. It is demonstrated that company management and HR management represent together a united business process.
Key words: personnel, management, human resources, organizational development.

New Technologies

Nemirovsky A.A., Simonov Yu.I.

Probability-based Potentiometric Approach to Socionic Type Detection

Describes an electronic test created on the basis of probability approach towards information metabolism type identification. The research has revealed that using Reinin's derivative criteria allows avoiding mistakes in testing. The accumulated experimental data have been put together in a table of type ability of mimicry.
Key words: socionics, type of information metabolism, extroversion/introversion, thinking/feeling (logic/ethics), sensing/intuition, rationality/irrationality, testing.

Informational Structure of Society

Bukalov A.V.

Quantization of Psychical Functions and New Model of Society

A mechanism of internal quantum change of the functions of informational metabolism (FIM or psychical functions) on 8, 16 and more functional levels is described. A new quantum 'stratified' or 'crystalloid' model of informational metabolism of psyche extends the socionic borders. Instead of a hard fixed system of 16 types and the correspondent intertype relations it is springing up a possibility of deep modeling of individual human psyche, constructing of a model of concrete FIM structure etc. Both the aspects of social psychology, sociology, psychotherapy and the peculiarities of an individual psychology, even the pathologies, can be described equally.
Key words: socionics, psychical function, information metabolism functions, model of psyche, informational model of ethnos, subperson, sociology, hypnosis, psychotherapy.

Socionic Methods

Shulman G.A.

Aspects, Functions, TIMs, People...

Merging of a man with reality of the 1st function of its type of informational metabolism (TIM) with subsequent submerging in this reality is postulated. From this standpoint, some well noted behavioral reactions in people belonging to certain TIMs are explained.
Key words: socionics, types of informational metabolism, C.G.Jung's psychological functions, aspects of the informational flow, realities of the surrounding world, reflection of realities, submerging in the reality, behavioral reactions in humans, moral.

Gulenko V.V.

Structural and Functional Socionics

The article represents brief overview of the socioanalysis, describes criteria of the socionic types, includes tests for determining of the personality types and their descriptions. Several socionic small groups are described. Practical application of socionics in various spheres (including management) is considered.
Key words: socionics, personality type, small group.

Teplov S.V.

On the NLP Positions of Perception

There is proposed to add one new position to the "positions of perception", which are used in neuro-linguistic programming. This complementation creates a functionally complete set. A hypothesis about possible predisposition of different TIMs to different positions of perception is described. Distribution of the types in "tetrahedron of the 'positions of perception'" is displayed in terms of this hypothesis.
Key words: neuro-linguistic programming, positions of perception, socionics, psychological type.

Problems of Education

Prilepskaya N.A.

Some Results of Socionic Researches at School

The author has performed diagnostics of children's personality types (information metabolism types) in order to improve their adaptability to school. Statistics of 79 first-graders in 3 classes has revealed almost even distribution of informational metabolism types through 4 Jungian dichotomies (T/F, S/N, E/I, Ra/Ir). Strict dependence of students' distribution by attitude groups ("clubs": S/N and T/F criteria), temperamental groups (E/I and Ra/Ir criteria), personality types, including the so-called "risk group" in a special corrective school has been discovered.
Key words: socionics, pedagogy, psychology, type of information metabolism, personality type, attitude groups ("clubs"), Jungian dichotomies.