Abstract This paper shall discuss organizational philosophy for business relating to the requirements of technical innovation. Organizational structure changes from a machine systems model, which worked for the industrial revolution. The Information Age required a more adaptive “thinking” systems model where learning, adaptation, and creativity more effectively compete in today’s market. Significant issues of ethics, resistance to change, and effective human resource operations require careful management. Organizational Philosophies and Technology As technology continues to evolve, ethical issues in how the technology is used require organizations to implement new policy. Issues surrounding access and gathering of information are...The end:
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