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Agnesium is a neologism coined to describe a powerful, efficient and effective organization as an entity.[1] Agnesium is a combination of agnes (Latin for powerful, efficient and effective)[2] and the suffix -ium[3] (indicating a biological structure).

The basic principle of Agnesium is that for complex structures/organizations there are many interdependencies between the members that are not known, understood or leveraged. By recognizing, understanding and leveraging these hidden interdependencies an organization can be proactive, adaptive and exploitive.


  1. Knights, David; Willmott, Hugh (2012). Introducing organizational behaviour and management (2nd ed.). Andover, Hampshire, U.K.: Cengage Learning EMEA. ISBN 978-1408064276. 
  2. "Google Translate: Agnes". 
  3. "-ium".