Orgtology works with the systematics and dynamics of organisations. The former is a study of the mathematical construct of Org, which we call "Orgamatics"; and the latter is a study of its human dynamics, which we call "Organamics". Jointly these theories create a science, which we term Orgtology. The word "orgtology" is a blend between "organisation" and the greek word "-logy", meaning organisational science.
Orgamatics is the study of workplace systematics. In this approach we study three genetic constructs of Org. These are the process construct, the project construct, and the relationship construct. These constructs hold all the intelligence; resources, and relationships that Org needs to function. We grasp these constructs through the three basic systems of Org. They are the resource-, orgtelligence-, and relationship- systems.
Organamics is a study of workplace dynamics. It has four base theories that we apply in our study of the people who perform within any organised system, and who helps to keep Org relevant. We use these theories to understand the three basic human dynamics within organisations. These are leadership dynamics, team dynamics, and intrapersonal dynamics. Collectively these dynamics gives Org its ability to realise and control its future.