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Weick's Information Systems Theory
A review of Karl Weick's Information Systems Theory in organizations.
# 135161 | 3,000 words | 10 sources | APA | 2007 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in Communication (Interpersonal)


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The paper discusses how Karl Weick's Information Systems Theory is premised on cybernetics, which is the information carried by events and objects (Bateson as cited in Hammond, 2003, p. 63). The paper looks at how this theory describes interactions within organizations and the communication that occurs to affect outcomes, and, the theory also addresses fluctuation and change within organizations. Additionally, the paper looks at how Weick believes that without failure and struggle within an organization, there is no change, as most of the time out of the struggle is borne solutions and improvement.

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"Karl Weick's Information Systems Theory is premised on cybernetics, which is the information carried by events and objects (Bateson; as cited in Hammond, 2003, p. 63). This theory describes interactions within organizations and the communication that occurs to affect outcomes."

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