Institutional Model Of An Organization

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1. Institutional Model
According to Hanh, this is the traditional, "classical" approach. On a state level, the focus is on the structures, organization, duties and functions of governmental institutions. Policies are sometimes described, but never evaluated (unknown).
This model is applied through the use of organization charts and is most times uninteresting to audiences. Organization charts have the advantage of addressing basic questions that anyone who wishes to be politically influential needs to answer: What unit of government or agency is responsible for what? What are the lines of authority and accountability? (Hahn, 2015).
It is conceivable when all foundations are considered completely and the connections each shares with different associations furthermore in a developing society where one association gives governing administrations another association then it gets to be hard to isolate and duplication happens misusing finances and assets of the citizens (Boundless, 2015).
2. Systems Model
Systems theory focuses on the environment of political systems, input and outputs, generally in the form of demands and support on the one hand and public policies on the other and the feedback. This theory is widely used, but often indirectly. It can be helpful in stopping the tendency to describe or analyze political systems as if they were self-contained. The Mistake of doing so is clearest at the local level, but may prove most costly nationally (Hahn, unknown).
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