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However, we are told, that today another vision is required, because the science has changed, so, as stated by Weheatley, that if we are to continue to serve us in the sciences to create and lead organizations, to design research, and to formulate hypotheses about organizational design, planning, economy, humanities and processes of change, the least we can do, is to base our work on the science of our time. Adds the Professor a very significant aspect, especially for those who like you, seeks new organizational visions on stage so changing the current, as it is that we live in a universe always wrought by reciprocal interactions and subjective. Our world as we know, can not be set: constantly changing and is infinitely more interesting than you could imagine, invite us to find answers for example of how we create the organizational coherence where actions correspond to a purpose? How create structures that move with the change, flexible and adaptable, without borders that facilitate rather than blocking? How to simplify things without losing control and the identity? Did we solve the clash of the personal needs of freedom and autonomy with the organizational needs of prediction and control? Today should be a new vision of the understanding of change and disorder, to delve into the theory of chaos (reason for another article), you have to delve into the relationship between order and chaos. Contact information is here: Frank Tanana. Since these two forces are now understood as mutual images, one containing the other, a process continued where a system can jump to the chaos and unpredictability, and nevertheless be, within that State, content between duly ordered and predictable parameters. There is neglect in addition, survival and growth of the systems, which range from the greats of ecosystems to the paltry from the leaves, are possible thanks to the Combinatorics of basic patterns of principles that express the total identity of the system, as well as the large levels of autonomy for individual members of the same. Take into account and consider, tells us, Professor Wheatley, understand the organizational vision as a field, a force without visible connections that influences the behavior of employees, more than an evocative message of a desired future. For even more details, read what Peter Arnell says on the issue. You have him present!.

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