Orgtology is the science of organisation. It works with two things, which are; the systematics and dynamics of any organised system (Org). Systematics is a study of the mathematical construct of Org, which we call "orgamatics". The dynamics of Org is a study of human dynamics, which we call "organamics".
In these studies, we try to find interdependence in all that happens within Org. Since orgtology is a science, we use scientific method. This means that we must verify and test our findings, which in turn must be replicable (we must be able to use it in a variety of contexts), and falsifiable (others must have the opportunity to prove it wrong).
Orgtology begins with a core hypothesis that we call “Hypothesis 2x”. Flowing from Hypothesis 2x are eight base theories, four for orgamatics and four for organamics. Jointly these theories create the science of orgtology.
Below is a list of all the orgtology theories:
Hypothesis 2x on Inverse Duality (orgtology);
Theory 2I of Orgtelligence (orgamatics);
Theory 2P of Work (orgamatics);
Theory 2E of Results (orgamatics);
Theory O of the Relevant and Performing Organisation (orgamatics);
Theory Ix on Intelligence (organamics);
Theory Px on Paradigm (organamics);
Theory Sx on Identity (organamics); and
Theory D on the Relevant and Performing Individual (organamics).
All the theories, models, tools, and concepts of orgtology create a body of knowledge that we term the OBoK (Orgtology Body of Knowledge).
Below are resources that will help you to gain an introductory understanding of Orgtology and its OBoK.
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