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    Open Systems Theory and Interconnections

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    Open Systems Theory

    The complex interconnections and interactions of a system are inseparable. The only way to study a system is to stress the system and observe how the system responds to stress. Organizations are analogous as such systems. What do you think?

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    In a system, interconnections and interactions cannot be separated. In an organization, when there is one action, it impacts the entire organization through interconnections. For example, if a company fails to get an order it regularly does, the sales of the company suffer. It does not stop here, the revenues of ...

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