Complex Relationships of Symbiotic Organizations

Conference paper
Part of the Springer Proceedings in Complexity book series (SPCOM)

Abstract

This chapter advocates the symbiosis which is established between the different species – in biology discipline they are described as livings within the unions – and can be used as a tool for understanding the formal organizations’ relationship with each other which are social subsystems. Subsequently complex relationships of symbiotic organizations were discussed. With the effects of the complexity theory, interorganizational relationships in literature have recently been evaluated as symbiotic organizations. With this study, symbiotic organizations as an analogy are discovered and described with its biologic literature base. Symbiotic organizations phenomenon is described with definitions and discussions, and the importance of this study is located next to other views. Complex symbiotic relationships of the organizations are discussed in the last section of this chapter.

Keywords

Complex relationships of organizations Symbiotic organizations Symbiotic organizations in complexity culture Complex adaptive and symbiotic organizations Symbiosis between organizations 

References

  1. Akbaba, A. (2012). The leadership concept in the 21st century. In Ş. Ş. Erçetin (Ed.), Discussions about leadership in different fields. e-book: iUniverse.Google Scholar
  2. Aldrich, H. E. (2008). Organizations and environment. California: Stanford University Press.Google Scholar
  3. Astley, W. G., & Fombrun, C. J. (1983). Collective strategy: Social ecology of organisational environments. Academy of Management Review, 8(4), 576–587.Google Scholar
  4. Balcı, A. (2014). Managing on the edge of chaos. In S. Banerjee, & Ş. Ş. Erçetin (Eds.), Chaos, complexity and leadership 2012 (pp. 119–130). Springer Proceedings in Complexity 2014.Google Scholar
  5. Davis, J. P., & Eisenhardt (2010). Rotating leadership and collaborative innovation: Recombination processes in symbiotic relationships. Retrieved 04 Jun 2014, from http://searchworks.stanford.edu
  6. Doğan, S. (1999). Yöneticilik ve vizyona dayalı liderlik. (Yayınlanmış Doktora Tezi), Çukurova Üniversitesi Sosyal Bilimler Enstitüsü: Adana.Google Scholar
  7. Erçetin, Ş. Ş. (2000). Örgütsel zeka. Kuram ve Uygulamada Eğitim Yönetimi, 24, 509–526.Google Scholar
  8. Erçetin, Ş. Ş. (2001). Yönetimde yeni yaklaşımlar. Ankara: Nobel Yayın Dağıtım.Google Scholar
  9. Erçetin, Ş. Ş. (2004). Örgütsel zekâ ve örgütsel aptallık. Ankara: Asil Yayınları.Google Scholar
  10. Erçetin, Ş. Ş. (2008). Organizational intelligence. In S. S. Erçetin (Ed.), Organizational intelligence in question. South Carolina, USA: Booksurge.Google Scholar
  11. Erçetin, Ş. Ş., & Kamacı, M. C. (2008). Quantum leadership paradigm. World Applied Sciences Journal, 3(6), 865–868.Google Scholar
  12. Erçetin, Ş. Ş., & Neyişçi, N. B. (2015). Social networks: Connections in structures. In Ş. Ş. Erçetin & S. Banerjee (Eds.), Chaos, complexity and leadership 2013, Springer Proceedings in Complexity.Google Scholar
  13. Erçetin, Ş. Ş., Potas, N., Hamedoğlu, M. A., & Kısa, N. (2011). Using multi-dimensional organizational intelligence measurements to determine the institutional and managerial capacities of technical education institutions for girls. African Journal of Business Management, 5(27), 11256–11264.Google Scholar
  14. Eren, E. (2004). Örgütsel davranış ve yönetim psikolojisi. İstanbul: Beta Basım Yayım Dağıtım.Google Scholar
  15. Hoy, W. K., & Miskel, C. (2010). In S. Turan (Ed.), Eğitim yönetimi: Teori, araştırma ve uygulama. Ankara: Nobel.Google Scholar
  16. Iyer, A., & Ghosh, A. P. (2009). Neural network model – A measuring tool for organizational intelligence. Curie Journal, 2(1), 28.Google Scholar
  17. Kaya, Y. K. (1993). Eğitim yönetimi: Kuram ve Türkiye’deki uygulama (5th ed.). Ankara: Bilim Kitap Kırtasiye.Google Scholar
  18. Kayman, E. A., & Erçetin, Ş. Ş. (2014). Survival of the fittest: Intelligent organizations as intelligent complex adaptive systems. In S. Banerjee & Ş. Ş. Erçetin (Eds.), Chaos, complexity and leadership 2012 (pp. 241–246). Springer Proceedings in Complexity.Google Scholar
  19. Keeton, W. T., & Gould, J. L. (2003). In A. Demirsoy, İ. Türkan, & E. Gündüz (Eds.), Biological science. Ankara: Palme Yayıncılık.Google Scholar
  20. Klijn, E. H. (1997). In J. M. K. Walter, E.-H. Klijn, & J. F. M. Koppenjan (Eds.), Policy networks: An overview. Managing complex networks: Strategies for the public sector (pp. 14–34). Londra: Sage.Google Scholar
  21. Köksal, O. (2011). Organizasyonel etkinliği sağlamanın yeni yolu: Simbiyotik liderlik. Cumhuriyet Üniversitesi Iktisadi ve Idari Bilimler Dergisi, 12(1), 55–72.Google Scholar
  22. Leblebici, D. N. (2008). Örgüt kuramında paradigmalar ve metaforlar. Selçuk Üniversitesi İİBF Sosyal ve Ekonomik Araştırmalar Dergisi, 9(15), 345–360.Google Scholar
  23. Murakami, T. (1994). Japonya’nın kyosei hamlesi, Çev. DBüyükkılıç, Verimlilik Dergisi MPM Yayını 1994/4 103–112.Google Scholar
  24. Özdevecioğlu, M. (2009). Örgütlerarası vatandaşlık davranışları: Teorik çerçeve ve bir ölçek geliştirme çalışması, Erciyes Üniversitesi İktisadi ve İdari Bilimler Fakültesi Dergisi 33 Temmuz-Aralık 47–67.Google Scholar
  25. Özgen, H., & Doğan, S. (1996). Yeni bir yönetim anlayışı olarak KYOSEI, Verimlilik Dergisi MPM Yayını 1996/3.Google Scholar
  26. Pfeffer, J., & Salancik, G. (1978). The external control of organizations: A resource dependence perspective. New York: Harper & Row.Google Scholar
  27. Prigogine, İ., & Stengers, İ. (1998) Kaostan düzene. (Çev. Demirci, S.), İstanbul: İz Yayıcılık.Google Scholar
  28. Rosnay, J. (1998). Ortak yaşar insan: Üçüncü binyıla bakışlar, (Çev: Birkanİ). İstanbul: Telos Yayıncılık.Google Scholar
  29. Rosnay, J. (2000). The symbiotic man: A new understanding of the organisation of life and a vision of the future. (Trans: Aronoff P,Charest R, Scott H, TaylorWR) McGraw Hill.Google Scholar
  30. Rosnay, J. (2011). Symbionomic evolution: From complexity and systems theory to chaos theory and coevolution. World Futures, 67(4–5), 304–315.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  31. Selznick, P. (1948). Foundations of the theory of organisation. American. Sociology Review, 13, 25–35.Google Scholar
  32. Sharfman, M. P., Gray, B., & Yan, A. (1991). The context of interorganizational collaboration in the garment industry: An institutional perspective. The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 27(2), 181–208.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  33. Solomon, E. P., Berg, L. R., Martin, D. W. (2011). Biology (9th ed.). Cengage Learning, Belmont, USA: Brooks/Cole.Google Scholar
  34. Turk, H. (1970). Interorganizational networks in urban society: Initial perspectives and comparative research. American Sociology Review, 35, 1–18.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  35. Türker, D. (2010). Örgütlerarası ilişkiler analizi: Lojistik sektöründe bir alan çalışması. (Yayınlanmamış Doktora Tezi), Dokuz Eylül Üniversitesi.Google Scholar
  36. Tüz, M. V. (2001). Kaos ortamında self organizasyon davranışı. İstanbul: Alfa Basım.Google Scholar
  37. Ulrich, D., & Barney, J. B. (1984). Perspectives in organizations: Resource dependence, efficiency, and population. Academy of Management Review, 9(3), 471–481.Google Scholar
  38. Walpole, B., Merson-Davies, A., & Dann, L. (2011). Biology for the IB diploma. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.Google Scholar

Copyright information

© Springer International Publishing AG, part of Springer Nature 2018

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Muzaffer Çil Anatolian High SchoolEskişehirTurkey

Personalised recommendations