Operations Strategy and Management Analytical Essay by kesser

Operations Strategy and Management
Examines systems theory and systems thinking by analyzing the Jograni organization.
# 3244 | 3,970 words | 11 sources | 2002 | GB


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This paper discusses and examines the approaches of systems theory and systems thinking by analyzing the Jograni organization and its operational management. The paper also takes a look at the strategy issues that face Jograni, now and in the future.

Systems Theory
Review of Systems Theory
Von Bertalanffy
Systems Theory Approach to Organizations
Systems Theory Approaches to Operations Management
Input-transformation-output
Open Systems
Boundary
Environment
Sub-systems
Jograni Handicrafts
The Transformation Model
Open Systems
Environment
Boundaries
Subsystems
Feedback and Control
Emergent properties
Conclusions
Strengths and Weaknesses of Systems Theory as an
Approach.
Operational Strategy and Management
Appendix
Management Theory
Operation Strategy
Role of Operations Strategy
Bibliography
Section 2.
Operational Strategy and Management - Jograni
"Jograni's Future"
Conclusions

From the Paper:

"Systems theory highlights the existence of "sub-systems" within a system. Each system can be broken into sub-systems and these interact with each other. This was shown to be of great importance by Katz D and Kahn R (1966) any change made in one sub-system will have implications for the others and therefore be related to the consequences for the system of the whole organization."

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