Systemic Refocusing Strategy
Systemic Refocusing Strategy (SRS) is an experimental approach intended to facilitate the reconstruction/reformulation of systemic goals. By providing a conceptual framework which enables actors involved in a given situation to reflect on their values and to critique the taken as natural assumptions underlying systemic progress SRS suggests a way of walking rather than the plan of a journey.
KeywordsNormative Element Soft System Methodology Tactical Level Managerial Desire Managerial Thought
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