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.