‘We do not learn from experience…we learn from reflecting on experience.’
|A student nurse on a recent clinical placement||In this particular situation the student is supposed to describe the physical environment (the ward, the bed, the patient, the MDT), who he talked to, what he did, or what he was told to do.||Here the student will describe, what he learned, what he discovered which he did not knew earlier, what perceptions did he had before placement, did the experience confirm or challenge them, what he plans to do about his needs, skills he need to develop or acquire|
|The aim of this reflection is to focus on the positive sides of open system management. To do that, first of all a detailed analysis on the background of open system management will be done and after that real life organizational example will be used to ensure the importance of open system management.An open system management is a system in which the organization has external interactions in the form of energy, information or material transfers. The open system is exactly opposite of isolated system. It guides the entire set of organizations, institutional sectors and units within the organizations. The components of open system management are inputs, outputs, technology, organizational behaviour and processes, environment, culture, systems dynamics, structure, etc. (Boje & Gephert, 2009). As per my understanding an organization is an assembly of people who are working together to achieve a common goal. Business organizations ate formed to deliver goods or services to the customers in a manner that at the end they can realize profit. Organization was divided into two major parts that are open system and closed system. The traditional theorists have considered organization as a closed or isolated system. But this traditional theory failed to take into account many environment issues that have a huge impact over the efficiency of an organization. In this manner the open system of management has emerged. I have observed that the term open system has reflected on the belief that all organizations are different and unique in their functioning and this is because of the unique environment in which they operate. (This is just a part of a reflective assignment and not the entire assignment)||Students are to write a reflective essay (max 750 words) which details how they have experienced the Open Systems management approach (i.e. model) in an organizational context. To effectively do so students must accurately and succinctly describe the primary premise of the Open Systems model and its key characteristics. They must also support, using strong logic and reference to published material, how their experience is clearly symptomatic of the management approach. Students with no workplace experience on which to base their essay will need to identify and interview someone who can provide the required first-hand insight.|
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