Organization--communication: The renaissance in systems thinking
The systems approach to the study of organizational communication is undergoing a renaissance. This volume brings together several essays from this emerging perspective from communication and systems analysts.
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A Turn of the Wheel The Case for a Renewal of Systems Inquiry in Organizational Communication Research
The Reticulation of QuasiAgents in Systems of Organizational Communication
Decision Development in Work Groups A Comparison of Contingency and Self Organizing Systems Perspectives
Information and Change Social Morphogenesis
The Analysis of Organizational Culture as a Thermodynamic Process
Convergence Analysis of Communication Networks
Ontogeny Structural Drift and SelfOrganizing An Autopoietic Perspective of Organizational Communication
Chaos and Organization
Social Science Applications of Nonequilibrium Thermodynamics Science or Poetry? Procedures for the Precise Measurement of Energy in Social Sys...
The Lives of Organizations
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