Some people are splitters and some, lumpers. Some cut wood and some gather wood.
Learning is more fun when it’s experiential and relevant.
School rewards people who can compartmentalize. If you have a diversification of or a variety of interests, it’s harder.
Organizations must become small pieces, loosely joined, as opposed to big entities. Organizations grow (learn) best when agile.
Evolution teaches that a system can heals itself. (So if your organization is not agile, it can learn to be.)
Now that there is a lower cost to content, we’re abundant in resources, content, abilities to share.
Institutions no longer manage scarcity through central control. They manage abundance. We live in a world of abundance.
The cost of collaboration and the cost of communication has gone way down. The entrepreneurs who focus on sharing and agility succeed.
The key to success is on process and empowerment (in organizations) and less on control.
I am getting organized. Order is a thing of beauty. These notes are pieces of flotsam that drifted onto my evernote app. I am cleaning out the digital notes on my phone.
I like to say, “Organization is the key to success.” But I am also empowering others and sharing what I know. I have to redefine success.