Nadler and Tushman Congruence Model

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The Nadler and Tushman Congruence Model is a framework used by businesses to analyze their organizational systems and identify areas for improvement. The model is based on the idea that an organization is a complex system made up of several interconnected parts, and that changes to one part of the system can have an impact on the entire organization. The model is made up of four components: inputs, throughputs, outputs, and feedback. Inputs refer to the resources that an organization uses to achieve its goals, such as people, technology, and financial resources. Throughputs refer to the processes that an organization uses to turn inputs into outputs. Outputs refer to the products or services that an organization produces, and feedback refers to the information that an organization receives about its performance.


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