The OBoK has the task to organise and keep all knowledge in the field of orgtology. It holds all the theories, models, and methods that an Orgtologist will use. In so, we base the practice of orgtology entirely on the OBoK.
This is a set of assumptions that brings about a system of ideas, which aims to explain orgtology. The eight theories of orgtology create a set of principles on which we base the practice of orgamatics and organamics.
That area of orgtology which is concerned with the behavior and movement of repetitive and non-repetitive action. Here we aim to grasp processes and projects; efficiency and effectiveness; implied and tacit intelligence; as well as the Relevant & Performing Organisation (RPO).
The study of the forces and properties within humans, which stimulate growth, development, and change within Org. To study the dynamics of Org we must grasp intelligence; paradigm; identity; and the Relevant & Performing Individual (RPI).
This is a representation of the structure of a theory in whole, or in part. In orgtology, we create models within the fields that we study. These models give structure to a set of assumptions so that we can replicate and imitate them.
In orgtology a tool is a pre-designed and defined method that we use to apply a model or part thereof. Tools are generic to a task, and we design them for a specific function. The purpose of tools are to make theory practical.
A concept is an idea that has a specific relation to orgtology, orgamatics, or organamics. Its aim is to help us grasp the tools that we use when we apply orgtology models. They are the ideas that define our models and tools.
It works with the workplace systems and dynamics within an organisation (Org). Workplace systems study the flow of resources, intelligence, and relationships within Org. We call this study Orgamatics. Workplace dynamics study the leadership, intrapersonal wellbeing, and team dynamics within Org. We call this study Organamics.
To grasp orgtology we have a core hypothesis, which we call “Hypothesis 2x”. Flowing from this hypothesis are four orgamatics- and four organamics- theories. Jointly these theories drive the science of organisation.
The theories, models, tools, and concepts of Orgtology create a body of knowledge that we term the OBoK (Orgtology Body of Knowledge).
All products and services of orgtology must be based on this OBoK.
It is an orgtology field of study where one uses scientific method to create strategy and ensure operational efficiency. The term blends the two words, "organisation" and "mathematics". In so, it denotes the mathematical construct of an organisation.
It has four theories that studies the duality within organisations. This includes a study of orgtelligence (systems intelligence & human intellect); work (projects & processes); and results (efficiency & effectiveness).
The aim of orgamatics is to help create a Relevant and Performing Organisation (RPO). We do so through organisational and strategy design. To do this, an Orgtologist will establish three core constructs, namely a process construct, a project construct and a relationship construct.
Organamics is a study of people dynamics in the workplace.
It is an orgtology field where we study the effect that people have on organisations. People can be abstract, unpredictable, and innovative. In so, they create a dynamic that is hard to grasp. We call this the X-Factor. It creates intrapersonal relations, teamwork, and leadership. These dynamics can change the nature of an organisation. The term blends the words, "organisation" and "dynamics".
It has four theories that studies the thinking and behavior of people within organisations. This includes a study of intelligence, paradigm, and identity.
The aim of organamics is to understand the "what" and "how" of a Relevant and Performing Individual (RPI). This needs an in-depth grasp of intrapersonal, interpersonal, and leadership behavior.