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Rational, Natural, and Open SystemsLiberty UniversityBUSI 735: Understanding the OrganizationDr.Felicia OlagbemiMay 21, 2020Organizations developed in the seventeenth through eighteenth centuries in the United States andEurope (Davis & Scott, 2007). Organizations present the diversity of fundamental socialmethods, such as socialization, communication, ranking, the formation of standards, the exerciseof power, and goal setting and attainment (Davis & Scott, 2007). Organizational theory has beengenerated due to the methodical research of companies. It presents a way to think aboutorganizations and managing organizations (Kandhro, 2019). Organization study is essential toachieving collective goals (Kandhro, 2019). Organization theory explains the organizationalformation, achievement, planning, design, culture, politics, endurance and focuses onorganizations’ work, why they are structured, and the internal and external interaction (Davis &Scott, 2007). The organizations are analyzed for various reasons from different perspectives.(Davis & Scott, 2007). The three key theoretical perspectives of businesses are rational, natural,and open systems. Recognizing the different perspectives is necessary because each perspectivemakes solid points about organizations’ image (Davis & Scott, 2007).According to the authors ofOrganization and Organizingstates that rational perspectivecompanies are instruments intended to achieve detailed goals. The organizations’ behavior andthe members are seen as activities conducted by useful and coordinated representatives (Davis &Scott, 2007). The key characteristics of a rational perspective are goal specification, formalstructure, and efficiency and effectiveness (Kandhro, 2019). From a rational perspective, goalsare interpreted to meet the ends. The goals are oriented to decisions on how the structure of thecompany is created (Kandhro, 2019). Goals are created to reach the desired task, what workers tobe hired, how to use and distribute resources amid the workers (Kandhro, 2019). The formalstructure produces behavior in organizations. It is one of the most important factors in a rational
perspective because the builds an evident system of relationship between the roles directs thebehavior (Kandhro, 2019). The characters and associates in the formal structure are designatedindividually (Kandhro, 2019). The literature utilized suggests this picture of reasonablecomputation; terms, for example, data, information, proficiency, improvement, execution, andconfiguration happen as often as possible. There are different terms as well that incorporatesauthority, control, coordination, rules directives (Davis & Scott, 2007). They suggest thecognitive and motivational barriers of individuals. The restrictions are forced against theirchoices and behavior within companies. Some examiners believe the organizations refer to

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