Interactive Control System

   

Definition: a Interactive Control System is a management system used to provide strategic feedback, track new ideas, trigger new organizational learning, and to properly position the organization for the future: incorporating process data into management interaction, face-to-face meetings with employees, challenging data, assumptions and action plans of subordinates.
It is one of the 4 levers of control decribed by Simons to manage the tension in organizations between profit, growth, risk and control besides Belief Systems, Boundary Systems and Diagnostic Control Systems.


   

   

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