„From an explorer who is condemned to seek 'structural properties' of an inaccessible reality, the experiencing organism now turns-into a builder of cognitive structures intended to solve such problems as the organism perceives.“

—  Ernst von Glasersfeld, Von Glasersfeld (1983) cited in: Gary D. Phye (1996) Handbook of Academic Learning: Construction of Knowledge. p. 360
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„An objective of O. R. as it emerged from this evolution of industrial organization, is to provide managers of the organizations with a scientific basis for solving problems involving the interaction of the components of the organization in the best interest of the organization as a whole. A decision which is best for the organization as a whole is called optimum decision.“

—  C. West Churchman American philosopher and systems scientist 1913 - 2004
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„We are confronted with problems of organized complexity… organization runs through all levels of reality and science.“

—  Ludwig von Bertalanffy austrian biologist and philosopher 1901 - 1972
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„Apparent leadership problems are often problems of organizational structure.“

—  Charles Perrow American sociologist 1925
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„The essential functions of the mind consist in understanding and in inventing, in other words, in building up structures by structuring reality.“

—  Jean Piaget Swiss psychologist, biologist, logician, philosopher & academic 1896 - 1980
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