Decades ago, I recall when I first heard the term “organic.” It captured my imagination and intrigued me.
Later, in 2002, I attended facilitator training by Harrison Owen, founder of Open Space Technology (OST), where he kept using organic to describe the nature of his work and process.
I heard his term “organic process” as whimsical, random, and willy-nilly. It seemed clear that mechanical processes were superior: they were precise, direct, predictable, and controllable.
I approached him about it, and he asserted that the organic process requires increased responsibility and is more sustainable because it isn’t DOWNLOAD PDF