Systems Hierarchy

The term hierarchy in systems theory describes the emergent pattern an organization where smaller subsystems form part of larger systems which in turn form part of larger suprasystems. </span>Central to hierarchy theory is the attempt to provide a framework for considering relationships among levels and their ordering according to emergent processes that form nested, multi-leveled structures; also called integrative levels. This emergent, nested structure of integrative levels can be found in virtually all systems whether physical, chemical, biological, social or engineered</span>

Systems Innovation

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