Principles of Self-Organization - In a Socio-Managerial Context
Zu finden in: Self-Organization and Management of Social Systems (Seite 2 bis 24), 1984
I have to confess that when I first received the kind invitation from Dr. Probst to participate in a meeting entitled “Management and Self-Organization in Social Systems” I was not quite clear about my role in such a meeting. I am not a stranger to the notion of Self-Organization; but when I considered it in the context of management and, moreover, in the environment of a Hochschule für Wirtschafts- und Sozialwissenschaften, I felt lost. I understand so little about management that already in grade school my teachers complained that this boy is unmanageable. In fact, I had to look “management” up in my dictionary (1). Here I found that it is derived from... “constraining the movement of hands”, having the same root as “to manacle”, that is, putting someone into handcuffs: I was prepared to decline this invitation.
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|Heinz von Foerster, Warren McCulloch, Alan Turing|
KB IB clear
|Managementmanagement, Selbstorganisationself organisation, Sozialwissenschaft|
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