Loops and Mutual Causality in Organizational Change

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Loops and Mutual Causality in Organizational Change
amani gera, Accountant, Egypt, Member
As Gareth Morgan said in his book Images of the Organization: "We should think about change in terms of loops rather than lines and to replace the idea of mechanical causality with the idea of mutual causality". Does this make sense to you??
 

 
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Dolva
Yes, dynamic processes are not linear / deconstructed. Also, while setting goals these SHOULD remain open so they can lead to further adaptation / evolution.
 

 
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Ray Henry, Manager, United Kingdom, Member
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