ON THE SYNDROME OF MANDATEBASED THINKING AND TIME HORIZON
The article studies specific features of human factor’s behaviour related to mandates and time horizon. It links results, change and goals within a mandate and on this basis establishes dependences between mandate-based behaviour, behaviour in the past and projective behaviour. It also discusses the degrees of overlapping in the mental model of the mandatee between self-assessment and external behaviour, which determine the content of mandate-based behaviour. The reasons for the current problems and broken interaction in the mandate team are analyzed in depth. The motives for choosing certain mandate-based behaviour are justified.