A system is a number of interdependent parts
functioning as a whole for some purpose.
Systems and Wholeness
The concept of "wholeness" is very important in
general system analysis. The system must be viewed as a whole and modified
only through changes in its parts. Before modifications of the parts can be
made for the overall benefit of the system, a thorough knowledge of how each
part functions and the interrelationships among the parts must be present.1
Systems thinking is your
ability to things as a whole (or holistically) including the many different
types of relationships between the many elements in a complex system...
Systems Approach to
The systems approach to management is based on
general system theory – the theory that says that to understand fully the
operation of an entity, the entity must be viewed as a system. This requires
understanding the interdependence of its parts...
Balanced Organization: 5 Basic
Cross-functional management (CFM)
manages business processes across the traditional boundaries of the
functional areas. CFM relates to coordinating and
the activities of different units for realizing the superordinate
cross-functional goals and policy deployment. It is concerned with building
a better system for achieving such cross-functional goals as
cost, and delivery...
The Growing Role of the
In today's knowledge- and
innovation-driven complex economy,
are in growing demand. They are
cross-functionally excellent people who can tie several silos of
business development expertise together, create
synergies, design winning
model and a
balanced business system and then
people who will put their plans into action...
Smart Business Architect
Great Problem Solver
Synergizing Value Chain