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The Aspects of an Organization

We define ten aspects of an organization, which collectively define the uniqueness of it. Each aspect is composed of a number of elements and by studying these we can analyze the organization and understand what it is and how it operates. Although the ten aspects are composed of a total of 55 elements, we can use the aspects on their own to give a high-level view of the organization to produce a short but structured synopsis of it (example 1).

The aspects and the elements within them, are presented in a logical sequence.  If this sequence is followed, particularly with regard to different organizations or departments, then any written reports will be consistent with each other. >>>