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orgonomics [noun]


A systemic methodology for organisations to flourish as complex networks of roles, rules and relations in continuous patterns of interaction and change.

  • From Organise; meaning to order; to arrange; or to form (into a whole).
  • And Nomos; from Greek meaning laws; customs; or a body of law governing human behaviour.