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< previous page page_xiii next page > Page xiii it with different types of content each of which yields a differing interpretation of problem situations. This use of the systems idea assists us in developing novel and insightful appreciations of problematic situations rather than encouraging us to see them as all the same. Management tasks and difficulties often assume sufficient complexity to require well worked-out methodological approaches to aid their resolution, and they are also very diverse in character. The logic leads us to suggest that managers must demand from management scientists equally diverse and contrasting systems-based methodologies for "problem management". Clearly, without access to a diversity of methods, managers would be faced with a high variety of differing "messes" without a sufficiently rich variety in available systems approaches. Fortunately, there is a diversity of systems-based "problem solving'' approaches available. Each of these has been
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2011 for the course MGT 03 taught by Professor Kasra during the Spring '11 term at Tanta University.

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