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Open Systems Theory: Organization, Group, and Job Level

Discuss the similarities and differences among the organization, group, and job levels in open systems theory.

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Open systems theory essentially states that "all systems are characterized by an assemblage or combination of parts whose relations make them interdependent" (Babson University, 2013, para 1). As an organization, this means that all facets of the organization are connected and affect each other in many ways. This includes groups and a different job levels all within that same organization. The ...

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A discussion regarding similarities and differences between organization, group and job levels within an open systems theory including examples of how they each play into and against each other. 205 words, 1 reference.