Orgamatics

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Orgamatics

Orgamatics is a study of the systematics of organisation. In other words, we study the algorithms of Org. Derek Hendrikz coined the term in 2016. In orgtology there are two arms of study. They are orgamatics and organamics. In orgamatics we study the flow of activity within Org. This activity flow creates the processes and projects of Org. We also study the outputs and outcomes that such flow delivers. Orgamatics has four core systems and base theories. There are also several tools. The core systems of orgamatics are the core business system; the resource system; the relationship system; and the intelligence system. The base theories are: Theory 2I of Orgtelligence; Theory 2E of Results; Theory 2P of Work; and Theory O of the RPO. Examples of fields that fall under orgamatics are risk; strategy; organisational design; performance management; cost management; talent management; process construct engineering; project construct engineering; relationship construct engineering; etc.

 

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