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staff and don’t want to lose the few they have. This is unprofessional because you do not tolerate this behavior plus poor patient care just because you need help. This have created a very uncomfortable work environment for the nurses that do work and come on time. If this problem
isn’t resolved soon they will lose more good nurses and only have the bad nurses and the program will fail. Closed- System PerspectiveClosed systems are closed off from the outside environment. All decisions are made by the people in the system only. All decisions are based on how they view the problem not the actual people involved. In the above problem, upper management won’t discipline the unprofessional nurses because that nurse keeps their staff ratio at the minimal requirements. The only thing that matter to them is numbers and money.Avoiding the issue is not fixing the issue. A closed approach is not good because it only causes more tension and make staff feel like their opinion doesn’t matter. If you can’t depend on management to resolve issues, who can you depend on? They will never resolve their nurse shortage and will continue to have a high turnover rate because people are not professionally disciplined. It’s never good to make decision and not involve your key players.Open- System PerspectiveOpen systems consider everyone and everything, they make decisions based on all the parties involved input. Open systems allow exchange of information, input and energy within its environment (Marquis & Houston, 2017). In the above problem management will explore every