Any organisational system seeks to improve (optimise) the efficiency of its activities in terms of achieving the goals it faces. Sometimes this optimisation is conducted by the intrinsic forces of the system itself (self organisation; however, sometimes it is conducted by external forces interested in improving the efficiency of its functioning, and sometimes it is conducted by both intrinsic and external forces. The scientific book "Systemic Regularities and Sytemic Optimization" (I Prangishvili, V Burkov, I Gorgidze, G Javakhadze, R Khurodze) describes effective approaches to solve the tasks of systemic optimixation. The authors state that the process of improving efficiently of an organisation can be in less detail shown as consisting of the three stages. For each stage, special methods and informational technologies are applied. The first stage comprises the elaboration of the development (improvement) strategy for the organisation. At the second stage according to the strategy elaborated at the previous stage the authors observe the change (optimisation) of the structure and parameters of the organisational system, which determine its functioning (i.e. specify the range of possible trajectories of its development).
At last, at the third stage a specific trajectory (plan) of its development is determined. All three stages together are called systemic optimixation, "Systemic Regularities and Systemic Optimization" is recommended to management specialists, and, also, can be used for teaching, professional reference, etc.