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If organizational survival is determined by its capability to move, we can conclude that organizations must have developed brains and feedback loops to coordinate movement and thereby avoid extinction. However, organizational structures and functions are at times as hard to figure out as those of the brain.
Thus, I suggest studying organizational dysfunctions will help us improve our change management activities in organizational systems. Ultimately, what we call organizational agility – intentional, goal-directed and smooth organizational movement, shall become as easy as grabbing a cupcake.