An organization is a collection of choices looking for problems, issues and feelings looking for decision situations in which they might be aired, solutions looking for issues to which they might be the answer, and decision makers looking for work. [sic] Organizations keep people busy, occasionally entertain them, give them a variety of experiences, keep them off the streets, provide pretexts for story-telling, and allow socializing. They haven’t anything else to give.

Karl Weick, The Social Psychology of Organizing

(“subversief denken!” Hat tip to Thomas Wirtemberg)

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  1. Brilliant. Thanks for posting that quotation. Looks like a book worth devouring.

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