1. A complex whole’ set of connected things or parts; organized body of material or immaterial. 2. A network of interdependent components that work together to accomplish the aim of the system. 3. The performance of the whole results from the interaction of the parts, not from the sum of the parts. 4. Things need to come together in harmony, not each part doing its best, an orchestra is a good example.
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