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< previous page page_158 next page > Page 158 as we named it. Idealised design is all about developing a strong organisational culture shared by all the participants and which encourages maximum creativity. The same broad (and deep) response to organisational problems is revealed when we relate Ackoff's work to our "system of systems methodologies" set out in Chapter 2. Interactive planning is an ambitious attempt to handle simultaneously both the complexity of the problem situations facing modern organisations and the pluralism which inevitably follows from their serving diverse stakeholders. (b) We must now consider if there are any problem situations for which the theory of interactive planning does not equip it adequately. If we begin by asking what systems metaphors interactive planning does not employ, and what assumptions it does not make about problem contexts, we shall quite quickly be able to grasp the essentials of a
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persistent line of critical assault that has been launched
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