Organic and flexible is good. It means you can roll with the punches and adapt to any situation. It makes you more competitive in a world where research is no longer looking back, but looking now, and where credibility means you’re on the first page of Google. It means you have the potential to be anything you want when you grow up.
Good actors are organic and flexible. Good startups are organic and flexible. Good virtual teams should be organic and flexible. But as we noted the other day, flexibility on its own maybe isn’t so good. Sure, you can be anything you want when Continue reading