Systems Approaches 2009

Systems Approaches 2009 - New Science Systems Theories...

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Systems Approaches Open Systems Systems Components Hierarchical Ordering Interdependence Permeability Systems Processes Input-Throughput-Output Exchange Feedback Positive Feedback Negative Feedback
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Systems Systems Properties Wholeness Equifinality Negative Entropy Requisite Variety Three Systems Theories Cybernetic Systems Theories
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Three Systems Theories (continued) Weick’s Theory of Organizing Organizing vs. Organization Equivocality Reduction Enactment Selection Retention Environment Retrospective Sense Making Loose Coupling Organizational Talk
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Three Systems Theories (continued)
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Unformatted text preview: New Science Systems Theories Complexity, chaos and self-organizing systems The importance of: Relationships Participation Appreciation of change and instability Being open to the information environment Methods for Studying Systems Network Analysis Network Properties Content, Mode, Density, Level of Analysis Properties of Network Links Strength, Symmetry, Multiplexity Network Roles Clique or Group Member, Liaison, Bridge, Gatekeeper, Isolate Empirical Example Modeling Techniques Case Analysis...
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