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Organizational Subsystems; Definition And Interaction

Describe how organizational subsystems are interdependent and linked to each other. Give examples of how organizational subsystems apply to a familiar organization in formulating your response.

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Organizational subsystems are composed of people, rules, processes and other elements that work together for the common goal of running the operations successfully. Each of these subsystems has its own goals, processes, norms, and structures. They are independent in their own way but they are mutually dependent parts of the larger system in the organization. They interlink and interact with each other which results in the creation of new patterns of behaviour which may be independent but related to the specifics of the original system. Behavior within the subsystems is considered emergent and since they are interdependent of each other, a change in an aspect of one subsystem can affect the other subsystems or the whole ...

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* organizational subsystems: described, defined, examples
* how organizational subsystems interact with each other
* 348 words
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* non-APA