Systems maintain a continuous ongoing dynamic balance referred to as homeostasis (Keeney, 1983; Speer, 1970). Keeney (1983) emphasized that all living systems maintain a dynamic balance at their highest level, or else they would self-destruct and perish. According to the views postulated by early general systems theorists, change facilitates a state of disequilibrium, and then the organism returns to equilibrium. Change is encompassed by a recursive loop of stability (Keeney, 1983). Change and stability fit together like two sides of a coin; they cannot be separated. Negative and positive feedback loops also are complementary.
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