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< previous page page_40 next page > Page 40 role are ideas stemming from the organisation as an "organism" (organic metaphor) and as a "brain" (neurocybernetic metaphor), but this only reiterates the point we made earlier, that pluralistic issues are seen as integral with particular perspectives (i.e. complex) on the nature of organizations. Simple- Coercive Critical systems heuristics. This approach can reveal the "politics" of problem contexts, where real differences of interest as well as of values and beliefs may exist, and where different groups seek to use whatever power they have to impose their favoured strategy upon others (the relationship between participants is coercive). It suggests how properly
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organised debate on the resolution of conflicts can be set up and assumes that this task is relatively clear cut. Critical systems heuristics (dealt with in Chapter 9) assumes, therefore, that the sources of power of the different participants will be relatively easy to identify. That
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