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    Open and Closed Organizations

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    Compare and contrast closed and rational organizations with open and non-rational organizations. Define the main concepts that separate these two types of organizations.

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    There are numerous factors that can affect the structure and operations of an organization. Factors such as internal (employees, supervisors), external (resources, market), and human dynamics play a vital role in mission accomplishment. Understanding these factors and how to approach them is the responsibility of every one, regardless of position. Below, we'll compare and contrast closed and rational organizations with open and non rational organizations. In addition, we'll define the main concepts that separate these two types of organizations.

    According to Scott Richard (2002), closed rational organizations are portrayed by theorists that organizations ...

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    There are numerous factors that can affect the structure and operations of an organization. Factors such as internal (employees, supervisors), external (resources, market), and human dynamics play a vital role in mission accomplishment. Understanding these factors and how to approach them is the responsibility of every one, regardless of position. Below, we'll compare and contrast closed and rational organizations with open and non rational organizations...

    335 word essay with reference

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