Described System 4 Management and each of its components using clear examples and demonstrated an understanding of its entire function. Discussed the meaning of a learning organization is and how it can foster a positive change using clear examples and well-defined reasons. Discuss common mistakes and/or problems that may happen if other management systems are used. Provided clear examples and well-defined reasons. Provided recommended best practices for incorporating System 4 Management as a strategic initiative for enhancing organizational performance. Provided clear examples and well-defined reasons for the recommended best practices. Conclusion summarized recommendations for implementing principles of System 4 management using clear examples and well-defined reasons. Incorporated graphics into the presentation that represent the System 4 Management model. Scenario Information An American Internet Technology company has merged with a Canadian Social Media company. Because of this merger, performance is not as optimum as the executives would have hoped; morale is low, and stress is up. The new company has decided to hire you as an Organizational Development consultant. They have tasked you with finding out the issues and what they should do next to get back on track. Instructions As the Organizational Development consultant, the company has requested you to design a System 4 Management model for the newly merged company. You will need to create a Power Point presentation to be presented to the executives of the company. You will want to address the following areas: Introduce System 4 Management. Discuss what a learning organization is, and how it can foster positive change. Assess some common mistakes or problems that may happen if other management systems are used. Provide suggestions for best practices their managers can use to incorporate System 4 Management to become a high-performing company. Conclude your presentation with your recommendations. Consider using graphics in your presentation that represent the System 4 Management model.