The organization and the environment are in concert.
When a system is in turbulence, the turbulence is not just out there in the environment, but is a part of the organization or organism that you are looking at.
But in a turbulent environment the change is so widespread that it just routes around any kind of central authority. So it is best to manage the bottom-up change rather than try to institute it from the top down.
The current understanding was that it was impossible to predict how something would evolve because it was a very turbulent environment full of things interacting with each other.
In a broad systems sense, an organism's environment is indistinguishable from the organism itself.
An organization's reason for being, like that of any organism, is to help the parts that are in relationship to each other, to be able to deal with change in the environment.
The most interesting thing about change in the environment is that for the most part the environment isn't changing.
The most certain thing you can say about the environment tomorrow is that it probably is going to be just like today, for the most part.
Each organism's environment, for the most part, consists of other organisms.
Each system is trying to anticipate change in the environment.
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