ABSTRACT organizational metaphor from ELA approaches a OEDE walls or sample as a whole, has a narrow and reductionist, so that our interpretation of the organization reflects only part of all organizational. The question is not organizacioncomo take part, but not seeing the relationship of part to whole, as well as each party not to notice holograficamentea a reflects the whole. This approach allows us to interpret not realize that both humans and the organizations they form, operate permanently as a partesa in relation to structures and systems involved, but also contribute a in reference todosa the subsystems that contain or dominate. New paradigms have perceived organizational structure, culture and organizational strategy from the perspective of facilitating the learning of new patterns of organizational and hence new ways of achieving objectives and meeting expectations.

Currently we are in a decentralized system of tasks that rethinks the relationship of the person as active agents in the organization: creating specialized languages to attack them as they continually evolve their techniques and their integration into the global production process is one of coordination, relativizing the hierarchy. The latest scientific thinking in the study of organizacionesa have been, and is, the construction of the mind as emergent property of brain activity and the role played by language in this process. As an established interpersonal relationships, language determines thought and allows for modification and human co-operation such as conflict management to improve cooperation and efficiency.