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In this paper we claim that there exist some similar aspects between "atom'', as a typical physical system, and its counterpart "organization'' as a social system. These similar aspects have been shown by comparison between employees with electrons, board of directors with nucleus, dismissal with photoelectric effect, and organizational restructuring with nuclear reaction.
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