Organisations are parts of larger chains or configurations of interaction. Is it the part or the whole that defines the entity?

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The border and the interaction at the border are  important and defining parts of an organisation.

These interactions are part of larger chains of interactions. That is one of the characteristics of our current society with interwoven streams of specialised activities.

Where does the entity of organizing begin and where does it end? Is it about the big picture or the small?

A mixed and complex picture that needs appropriate organisation design, that provides answers and spacious solutions and starts with asking the right questions. Design that recognises the fact that defining the unit of organisation is fluid and fuzzy, sometimes.

 

 

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