in which Mike McMaster said:
> I believe that the phenomenon of organisation and the explosion
> of organisational forms that we are seeing is of major
> importance to the future or human enterprise. To engage
> effectively in this arena, we are going to have to make a clear
> distinction in the listening of those we want to influence and
> part of accomplishing that will be to clean up our own speaking
> and listening in the matter.
Reply to: Organizational forms
Is there really an explosion of organizational forms, or are we simply
discovering what has been there all along?
Are the total number of such forms the permutations and combinations of
humans who are "available" to organize, or does mathematics play no part?
Are their a finite number of organizational forms?
Do organizational forms have a relation to the composition of the explicit
and implicit human form i.e. the physical, emotional and intellectual
-- Barry Mallis firstname.lastname@example.org