Does your organizational system, or one that you know, not work as you think it should?
If you want to reflect on this, let yourself be GUIDED by WITORG, and by its outline!
In this way, you can understand the different elements that make up an organizational system and the relationships between them. From this knowledge, it will be easier to evolve the analyzed organizational system.
See the outline of the WITORG Guide with its ten elements:
If you want to know the content of each element of the WITORG Guide quickly, it is recommended to start by reading the introduction through the following link:
To go deeper into each of the elements of the guide, you have the “WITORG Guide” option in the drop-down main menu. You can also access them from the following links:
- 100. Essence of an organizational system
- 200. Continuous improvement
- 300. Process management
- 400. KPI & Goals
- 500. Project management
- 600. Teams of people
- A. Organizational characteristics
- B. Quality systems
- C. Systems
- D. People and circumstances of the environment
It is also convenient to read the following entries to understand how the organizational concepts have evolved, up to the present:
- Organizational systems and their Taylorist origin
- Organizational systems and their evolution
- Pyramid of automation and industry 4.0
New contents, taking into account the outline of the WITORG Guide, will be published regularly. To find them visit the choice ‘posts’ in the main menu.
If you need any information or collaboration from WITORG: