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CH4 Organizational

New organizational perspectives

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Closed system A system with impermeable boundaries; it does not exchange matter or energy with its environment
Dynamic systems theory An explanation of how patterns of stability and change emerge in human behavior, and, especially, how they influence the dynamics of systems over time
Ecological systems theory A theory of systems that is based on dynamic interaction among all components of a society
Environment and systems analysis A form of systems analysis that considers the specific environmental influences on various systems.
Feedback Information that results from the consequences of the system's output and that is subsequently returned to a system
General systems theory The construct that change in one part of the system causes inherent change in the total system
Input The process by which matter, energy and information enter the system from the environemtn
Created by: dbarb702