Exam 2005 - Unit SEB221 EXAMINATION Semester 2 2005 PART 1 SYSTEMS CONCEPTS(Total marks for this part 10 QUESTION 1 There are a number of basic

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Unit: SEB221 EXAMINATION Semester 2, 2005 PART 1: SYSTEMS CONCEPTS (Total marks for this part: 10) QUESTION 1 There are a number of basic characteristics of a system that may be used to describe any system. These characteristics include Goals and Purposes, Outputs, Boundary and Environment. Within the context of a systems approach, a) What is the difference between Goals and Purposes, and Outputs b) What is the difference between a Boundary and the Environment. (4 marks) QUESTION 2 In classifying systems, we might use the terms Absolutely Closed, Relatively Closed, and Open. What is meant by each of these terms. (3 marks) QUESTION 3 Systems may be represented by models. Models may be divided into categories such as physical or abstract models. List and discuss two other types of models. (4 marks)
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PART 2 : MANAGING PEOPLE IN ORGANISATIONS (Total marks for this part : 15) QUESTION 4 A person's job can influence their motivation and behaviour in the workplace
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This note was uploaded on 05/10/2008 for the course SEB SEB323 taught by Professor Cavenett during the Spring '08 term at A.T. Still University.

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Exam 2005 - Unit SEB221 EXAMINATION Semester 2 2005 PART 1 SYSTEMS CONCEPTS(Total marks for this part 10 QUESTION 1 There are a number of basic

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