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Even after that, the staff were probably wondering what medication he has been now taking, when I was eagerly trying out the newer types of organizational culture that I had learned from the books. They learned a little later that it was not about medication but about books. It was, to put it nicely, a bit rough sometimes. Later, after reading a few more books, perhaps the larger picture has begun to take shape and things find their relative places. No more quic rushing here and there. In the next place, the Marker Wizards, a lot of praise for good organisation culture and community began to appear.
Why am I so enthusiastic about working communities and cultures? I was fortunate in my childhood and adolescence that I was able to be in two truly top communities. Do you know one where everyone is doing things for each other without counting their own troubles or what they get themselves out of it. If you have to go out in the rain to do something while others are sitting by the fireplace, everyone will do it, without counting the turns.
These communities were in the scouts and the students’ union. We wanted to make the world a better place, and to a small extent we also did.
Now in retrospect I realize that I have been looking for this kind of community experience since then. Trust and vulnerability have become the key words.
SmoothTeam has a lot to do with this: I know organizations can work really well, and I also know that they are often not doing that. I want to enable communities where people trust and appreciate each other, do awesome things together and have a true common goal. Personal accomplishments are not interesting, but the common goal is the thing.
SmoothTeam can’t do this alone, but hopefully it can be one step along such a path for as many organizations as possible.
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