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December 28, by drcedricalford. However, the purpose of the organization and the relationship between the motivations of the participants to work in the organization to achieve the goals bring about different perspectives. In the rational system, much emphasis is placed on the structure of the organization as well as the belief that participants join the organization because they are committed to helping the organization reach their goals. The naturalist perspective is a bit critical of the rationalist perspective, claiming that the rationalists are leaving out two important components of organizations: human behavior and motivation. Finally, the open system is based on the notion that neither the rational and natural perspectives consider the environmental influences around the organization.
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Structures and Dynamics of Autopoietic Organizations pp Cite as. Even though organizations are now ubiquitous, their development has been sufficiently gradual and uncontroversial that they have emerged during the past few centuries almost unnoticed. Scott, , p. Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF. Skip to main content.