Chapter 3

The JEWAL Theory of Governance

Bruce Cutting and Alexander Kouzmin


Governance is defined and expressed in terms of the espoused basic laws of menetypes, used to help understand cultural constructs within society. The basic triadic structure and the nature of the movement within that structure are important and are used to explain successful development in governance structures or their decline. The formwork explains how the central goal orientation of a governance structure defines particular strengths and limitations which, in turn, define the most effective approach to organizational learning within its governance structure.

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