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Log 2c: models of organizations Sarah Perkins Monday September 10, 2007 1. Environment and open systems is the first element of the organizational system Eisenberg describes.  The cooperation within a company and between organizations is necessary for its success.  If a company or  organization communicates healthily with its environment it will lead to organization and structure. But  when an organization has no interaction with its environment, the result is disarray.   Interdependence relates to the system as a whole and the interrelationships of individuals.  Interdependence  is an important element within an organization.   Communication is key for each employee to see how  his/her work is related to his coworker’s work.  Each person’s work is related to everyone else’s work.   Goals can relate to an individual’s goals, an individual’s goals for the organization, and the organizations  goals.   Individual’s goals for the organization often are the same for groups working on the same project.  Organizations with broadly shared goals are often more successful and effective than their competitors.   Feedback is a coordination of loops of process connecting communication and action.  Feedback provides 
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