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Disciplinary Matrices in the Fields of Management and Business - The George Washington University

“ In the postscript to the 1970 edition of The Structure of Scientific Revolutions (University of Chicago Press) Thomas Kuhn proposed, without attempting to be exhaustive, that a scientific theory or a "disciplinary matrix” consists of symbolic generalizations, beliefs or models, values, and exemplars. Subsequent work at The George Washington University has indicated that two additional categories are useful: guiding questions and techniques. To clarify what these terms mean, below are a few examples from other fields and from cybernetics."