ContextualForces

ContextualForces - Context of Organizations The Natural...

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1 Context of Organizations Of what does it consist and how does it operate? • Physics • Chemistry • Biology • Ecology • Meteorology • Geology • Astronomy • Psychology • Paleontology • Archeology The Natural Environment • Geography Time Ecosystem Human Psychobiology Source: Walter Goldschmidt. Comparative Functionalism Time: The limit that limits all other limits; the canvas behind the painting. Here & Now (what we are) Then & There (what we were) When & Where (what we will be) • Diet • Beliefs • Memories • Technology • Immunities • Customs & Habits • Body of Knowledge • Genetic Composition • Ability • Aspiration • Practicality • Imagination • Dissatisfaction Change = ƒ(movement, direction, velocity, intensity/time)
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2 Ecosystem: The physical world Climate & Weather Distance & Topography Natural Resources Chemical, Physical, & Biological Processes Geologic Activity Cosmic Effects Human Psychobiology: The abilities, capacities, and tendencies of humans
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