Organizations and Systems Learning

  • Author Warfield, John N.
  • Publisher General Systems XXVII (1982) 5-74.

Considered by Warfield to be one of his most important papers, this is a description of the seven Interactive Management processes developed at the Center for Interactive Management at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. It deals with an approach to how humans might be able to tackle and solve the "gigantic mess" problems of society which are currently beyond human endeavor and often beyond human intellectual grasp. This was the Society for General Systems Research (SGSR) Presidential Address, presented at 27th Annual Meeting SGSR, Book-Cadillac Hotel, Detroit, Michigan on 26 May 1983.

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