Internal System Number

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An internal system is a system within Org. Employees run internal systems with the budget of Org. A system is a container for processes that have the same purpose. E.g., recruitment, procurement, and budgeting have the same purpose. They all ensure that Org has resources. Therefore, they are part of a resource system. In so, CRM; stakeholder relations; and labour relations have the same purpose. They all manage the relationships of Org. Therefore, they are part of a relationship system. In 2017 Derek Hendrikz defined the four systems of Org. They are the core business system; the resources system; the orgtelligence system; and the relationship system. Collectively they hold all the processes of Org. In orgamatics we use classification or C-Keys to classify the activity of Org. This helps us to design a project and process construct for utmost efficiency and effectiveness. We use the C-Key, “iS” to classify and number an internal system. The C-Key is always followed by a number, e.g., iS2 (internal system number 2). In this way we specifically know what we work with.

 

Author - Derek Hendrikz Consulting
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