What Is A Paradigm? How Will The Paradigm Shift Affect To Management?

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The term paradigm comes from the Greek paradigm, which translates as model, pattern, or example. First introduced years ago by the philosophy of science historian Thomas the term paradigm now used to mean a broad model, a framework, a way of thinking, or a scheme for understanding reality.

In the word or popular futurist Joel, a paradigm simply establishes the rules written or unwritten, defines the boundaries, and tells one how to behave within the boundaries to be successful. In other words, for today's and tomorrow's organization and management, there are new rules with different boundaries requiring new and different behavior inside the boundaries for organization and management to be successful. Those who study paradigm shifts, such as the shift that took place in the basic sciences from deterministic, mechanistic Cartesian Newtonian to Einstein's relatively and restructuring of the entire scientific community under conditions or great uncertainty

Commonly called the paradigm effect, a situation arises in which those in the existing paradigm may not even see the changes that are occurring, let alone reason and draw logical inferences and perception about the changes. This effect helps explain why there is considerable resistance to change and why it is very difficult to move from the old management paradigm to the new. There is discontinuous change in the shift to the new paradigm.

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