Systemic constellations in business and organizations


Organizations, companies, enterprises are complex human systems. Not everything that happens inside them is externally visible. Many phenomena occur in an unnoticeable way, on the unconscious level. Their effects are, however, by all means visible, affecting substantially the efficiency of the organization.

Companies have their own structure, defined departments; employees are assigned responsibilities and areas of activity. It is in owners’ or board members’ best interest to make these elements work together harmonically. However, among particular parts of the company and among employees there are also relations that no one is aware of. Sand or even large stones can fall unseen between the cogs of the machine which the company is. One does not have to wait for harmful effects for a long time.

The structure of a given company is not only built of a team of its employees. It also consists of a group of clients, its main products, logo and the like. Although it can be not directly visible, these elements function in mutual relations that may become disrupted. This will, in turn, result in conflicts and scissions.

Organizations are systems in space but also in time. All systems have in fact a kind of "memory" - despite the changes of the components they retain their essential characteristics (let us look at popular football teams that keep similar play styles for decades). When it is necessary to restructure, it is good to take systemic rights into account.

Organizational constellations help to re-establish proper communication and constructive attitudes in the company. They allow managers to see the company as a real system, whose rights need to be respected. They also make it possible for employees to find their own place in the company, which will be beneficial for both - the company’s results and the employees’ development. During changes they support efficient transition from the past to the future of the company.

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