Applied Organizational Communication by Harris T.E., Nelson M.D.

By Harris T.E., Nelson M.D.

Utilized Organizational communique presents a present, in-depth research of the theories and practices serious to knowing organizational verbal exchange recommendations in a world atmosphere.

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6. Outline the fundamental elements presented when we view organizations as systems. 7. What is demonstrated by the Tragedy of the Commons? 8. Differentiate between openness, feedback, and entropy. 9. What are the key elements in an organization subsystem? 10. What are the differences between first- and second-order change? 11. Explain learning organizations. 12. Why is sense-making important to studying organizational communication? 13. What are self-organizing and chaos theories and how do they relate to systems thinking?

This leads to the overall concept: A system is composed of regularly interacting or interdependent groups of activities that form a whole. A change in one aspect can affect change in other aspects. Organizations are dynamic, living entities that have been put together to accomplish some type of purpose—they are goal oriented. The number and variety of parts to an organization can be truly astonishing. In an attempt to provide order, organizations establish many of the rules, roles, and behaviors that individuals follow to maintain their organizations.

Often, this concept is labeled synergy with the popular explanation that 1 + 1 never equals just 2. The interactions between the various components of the organization create synergy, or increased energy, to the system. The interactions between the various parts of the system result in the end-product being different from what each of the departments, individuals, or groups originally contributed to the process. Equifinality In addition, a systems approach points to the principle of equifinality, which means the same end-product or outcome can be reached through a variety of conditions.

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