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    Open Systems Theory emphasizes the role of feedback loops in the analysis of organizations. Feedback from the system itself and the organization's outputs can affect the inputs in the future. Attention to the feedback is one way to control the organizational system and correct mistakes or problems. However, this does not always occur because the feedback may not have short-term effects and the long term effects are not recognized.
    In this part of the ongoing case, I'd like you to take a look at feedback loops in your organization . There are many more feedback loops than we can hope to identify in a paper of this size, but identify at least one balancing loop and one reinforcing loop. Draw on the background readings from this module in constructing your diagnosis. The ultimate goal of this assignment is to answer the following questions:

    Describe at least two feedback loops in your organization and explain why you selected them.

    What are the effects of these feedback loops on organizational effectiveness over the short and long term?

    What are the opportunities for organizational learning that you can identify in light of your analysis? (In answering this question, take into consideration what you have observed about your organization throughout this diagnosis since Module 2.)

    Background Reading

    http://www.systems-thinking.org/intst/int.htm

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    Feedback Loops
    Open Systems Theory emphasizes the role of feedback loops in the analysis of organizations. Feedback from the system itself and the organization's outputs can affect the inputs in the future. Attention to the feedback is one way to control the organizational system and correct mistakes or problems. However, this does not always occur because the feedback may not have short-term effects and the long term effects are not recognized.
    In this part of the ongoing case, I'd like you to take a look at feedback loops in your organization . There are many more feedback loops than we can hope to identify in a paper of this size, but identify at least one balancing loop and one reinforcing loop. Draw on the background readings from this module in constructing your diagnosis. The ultimate goal of this assignment is to answer the following questions:

    Describe at least two feedback loops in your organization and explain why you selected them.
    In every feedback loop, the information about the results of a transformation or an action is sent back to the input of the system in the form of input data. During one feedback loop observed in the organization where I work, there was feedback from the customers that the paint that was applied on ...

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