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Management Theories-II, System and Chaos Management Theories

Author: hasan yahya

Management Theories-II, System and Chaos Management Theories

Hasan Yahya, Ph.D

In this part we distinguish between system theories and chaos theories of management.

System theory has had a significant effect on management science and understanding organizations. It took its name. A system is a collection of part unified to accomplish an overall goal. Like digesting system, or respiratory system in human body. If one part of the system is removed, the ability of that whole system will change accordingly. For example, a number of books is not a system. If one removes books from one place to another, they remain books. However, a car may suffice a system. If you remove any part of it, say, the wheels, it will not be a functionally working car. So a system can be looked at as having inputs (material, planning), processes (steps) , outputs or outcomes (goals). A System theory has also a feedback to check the parts functions.

Random or chaos Theory, recognizes that events indeed are rarely controlled. And circumstances change rapidly according to work setting. It refers like system theory, And systems vary in the level of simplicity to complexity. Where biological systems are different among people when explaining their theory. The development of systems from simple to complex systems become more volatile and must expend more energy to maintain that complexity. That's why they call it chaos theory, it depends on the changing systems which needs certain theory to be applied according to the situation or work level of complexity. (276 words)

Hasan Yahya is an American Arab personality, a professor of sociology, and a columnist at wfol.tv, Malaysia, and TINA International News Agency, Michigan, USA. www.hasanyahya.com

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