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No stationary organization
Severin Mallya
There is no 'stationary' organization; they are all changing in terms of technology, people and professions, market and products, but most importantly, we are all (organizations) changing as the world is moving. The organic system is suitable for small organizations, but even big organizations are striving to maintain their stability... by changing! One can agree that both are applicable to all, although the organic system is more suitable for small organizations. I'm personally complimenting Burns and Salkers' work, and I rather call it a 'science' because it provides us with an open room to test, and come up with either agreement (in common) or another new idea! Good job! (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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Mechanistic and Organic Systems
Summary
Forum
Measuring Organizational Stability
Closed and Open Systems in an Organization
🔥Is a Hospital a Mechanistic or an Organic Organization?
Best Practices
🥇Obvious or not true after all?
🥈Are Organic Organizations More Effective then Mechanistic Organizations?
🥉Mechanistic Variant: Reduce the Variables
Aspects of Organizational Philosphy (Dimensions)
What is Organizational Stabiltity?
Community Development and Organising
Factors Causing Organizational Stability
No stationary organization


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