What is the system concept of organisation, Business Management

What is the system concept of organisation? Explain briefly.

System concept of Organisation:

1.  System is a group of independent although inter dependent tools (called sub-systems) that act and interact together along with a purpose of achieving exact common objectives or goals. An organisation can be termed as a system that in turn consists of several sub-systems as well as sub-sub systems.

2. Systems concept provides to the industry and to other huge business organizations, a systematic approach to find the task accomplished more economically, effectively as well as efficiently.

3. Systems approach is an organized concept for complicated (Military and Industrial) tool design and the same can be done in a much shorter duration along with comparatively less efforts.

4. Systems concept furnishes a frame of references that tells how to handle the jobs or how to analyse complicated phenomena under various environments.

5. Systems approach is more usual in the field of physical sciences and engineering since this is comparatively easier to build a model of such systems. Although, the systems approach can also be used to resolve problems associated to business or human values (as fire protection, housing so more).

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