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The Systems Perspectives on Organizations and Communication

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gabby moter

on 8 February 2018

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Transcript of The Systems Perspectives on Organizations and Communication

A disconnected set of parts that are coming together as a whole
Systems Approach
With the systems theory, organizations are not isolated and they are aware of the environment around their organization. This is called an environmental scan. What are some aspects of this scan?
Change in Organizations
This is also known as a "blend of cooperation and competition" which is what..?
Class Question
"The unhealthiest of our world today is in direct proportion to our inability to see it as a whole"
Gabby,Ying, and Ian
The Systems Perspectives on Organizations and Communication
This approach is different from physical or mechanical structures because social organizations are loosely coupled
What are some examples of one interpretation being understood differently than another?
Government Legislation
Global Economics
New Technologies
Political Developments
Consumer Preferences
traditional theory used to be "us against them"
Now organizations are using open systems which involve...
Joint ventures
Strategic Partnerships

Wholeness of the system and environment and the interrelationships of individuals within the system
Established and maintained through communication
Communication Breakdowns
Instances where information was not appropriately delivered, received, or interpreted
When was there a time within your workplace where this happened and could it have been resolved?
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