Human Systems Management: Integrating Knowledge, Management and Systems
World Scientific Pub., Jan 1, 2005 - Business & Economics - 459 pages
Human Systems Management is an important work that integrates knowledge, management and systems into a unified world of thinking and action in business, decision-making and economics. It presents a modern synthesis of the fields of knowledge management, systems science and human organization. A biological rather than mechanistic perspective pervades the text. New and original ideas and approaches are presented with the simplicity and clarity typical of the well-known author.
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