cell planet organi(c)zation

You have only one life. Let it out of the box!

Your brain is the control center of your life.

Big streams and small rivers connect all your time there with a unique personal power: work time, leisure time, hobbies, development, day, night... everything.

The fast-integrating online age is a great opportunity to use your brain without restrictions - to your and our mutual satisfaction.

But what happens in practice? You belong to some hierarchical organization that "cuts out part (and only part) of your brain and puts it in a fixed box" to work as a unit of output towards something you may not understand or accept. And worse, the rest of your head can't function perfectly at home because too much of it is being "dumbed down" for other purposes. Someone has carved your loved one in the same way - destroying the natural challenging interaction between the two of you.

Personal EU thinking develops the information society towards a more humane and life-centered era. That means good news for you AND for our old-fashioned organizations.

You have a nice opportunity, right and duty to manage your challenges when you find new interaction friends across borders – a team with common challenges, values ​​and expertise.

Organizations have the opportunity to become more human-centered "organizations" - cellular planet organizations - and find even more responsible self-organizing problem solvers for their jobs.

The human-centric Cell planet organization

Almost 100% of company organizational charts are based on the age-old box formula. Think about whether the extreme ends of the box connected by thin lines or those located closer understand each other and common challenges?

Nature's organizations are based on cells and their distribution on a micro level, on planets with their orbits and gravitational and radiation forces on a macro level.

Still, people's organizational charts are drawn out of old habit in the same way military groups were described before in history. Even in the hierarchies of the industrial age, that description fit tolerably, but as an understanding of the customer-driven nature of the service society, it does more harm than good. In today's information society, a model is like a petrified relic from prehistoric excavations.

Introduced by Kurt Linderoos already in the 1970s and in the 1980s, e.g. The CELL PLANET ORGANIZATION applied to Wärtsilä Paper Finishing Systems' worldwide personnel guide is based on describing people's areas of challenge and responsibility and even the economic size categories of businesses. An organization is like a cell or a planet. It has its own haunting power and its own attraction. The cell planet organization is like a set of nested flexible living planets, people's areas of responsibility - and every person belonging to the organization is one of them: clearly described in terms of size, location and challenges. Try:

Draw a big circle. It's your organization. It radiates outward attraction, a corporate image, and within it the corporate climate between your people prevails. The managing director is responsible for both of these.

Draw the members of your management team in the bubble so that their bubbles fill the entire company bubble. Inside each one, draw the bubbles of their closest subordinates, and within them their subordinates - until each of your people is included in the picture and central to your planet. The more clearly everyone sees their position and their challenges, the better they are able to earn their place as someone who takes on greater responsibility. In the digital age, the cellular planet organization could easily already be on the giant screen in the entrance hall, and anyone can happily locate it flashing.

In the day-to-day use of the interplay of internal and external corporate image, the cell planet is a functional observational, human-centered tool.