The world changes ever more quickly and it’s hard to change with it, not to mention getting up front and leading the change. At work, we practice something we call organized chaos meaning that we have processes for everything but those processes can change completely in a heartbeat. And I try to apply the same method to life in general.
In the past 15 years, I’ve made TV programmes on all levels, run a user experience lab, developed and sold digital products and lately managed a global online store. Every time I’ve head into something new, I’ve just thought I needed change regardless of not knowing how to pull it off. Organized chaos allows us stay to flexible without loosing the ability to operate optimally regardless of the circumstances. Change is good.
Image by Jessica Hagy.