Most people try very hard to make processes and workflow, hoping for a perfect organization with everything in place and no chaos. Most start ups feel that larger corporations are fully organized. What I have learnt is the fact that it is always a chaos in every organization, every effort to achieve a goal but the only ones who are able to direct the chaos towards a common goal, are able to do well. Hence my term for successful people and great organizations is organized chaos. At the ‘micro’ level you will observe chaos but at a ‘macro’ level you will find the ‘organized chaos’ moving forward, inching upwards. Same happens in exams, sometimes things actually appear chaotic but as long as the entire process is moving towards a common goal, it is alright.
Probably secret to success is to not creating a picture perfect scenario (which is usually far from realistic) rather “the secret” is organizing your chaos towards a common goal, so the larger picture makes sense even when the individual components are chaotic.
Organized Chaos Reviewed by Sumer Sethi on Saturday, October 25, 2014 Rating: