Organised Chaos is the process of keeping in check one’s progress and end-goals amidst complex situations or processes that appear chaotic in everyday life.

We are working towards transparency, improving communication, empowering people and bridging communities.

 

Our Aim

Decluttering the chaos amidst complex situations or processes of life, love, work, business & people.

 

WHY

We all can agree that a lot is going at once in life- Career, family, health, opinions, mental health, finance and so on.

The one thing that is constant is a change which happens all the time to everyone. People should be given the freedom to find their way to success, whether that means to remain single, get married, quit their full-time job, start your own business or making a quick decision without running it by anyone and to respect others concurrently.

But no matter how much they experiment, they must keep the end goal in mind and stay accountable by backing up their decisions with real data.

This fluid structure has fostered an environment in which people can thrive.

Here's HOW:

 

Empowerment

People have more freedom and autonomy, so they drive their success. Chaos does not mean “out of control” or “messy”. It should allow us more accountability, to adapt to a culture that is built around teamwork & responsibility, regardless of the relationship. It has to motivate you to be organised and work cross-functionally. It should not be forced down; it should allow us to be more accountable to one another.

 

Critical Thinking

People aren’t free to question anything or consider how they could improve at home or work – we break this and teach you how.

When employees don't always have someone leading the way, telling them exactly what to do and how to do it, they must think for themselves, but when you don't know the next step, you have to think critically and always be on your feet."

Engagement

When we allow all to take part in the decision-making process, they harness everyone's brainpower and skill. That's an exciting environment to be in. Because we allow everyone to ask questions and explore the answers, there are “thousands of experiments running at the same time, so there's not much burn out. We're always trying to find new ways to do things better."

Learning Opportunities

When we allow, even encourage, employees, family, and friends to leave their comfort zones, no one will suffer from a stagnant career/life. Instead, people realise fulfilment.

We embrace continuous refinement, and that's not possible if you never try anything new, we're not afraid of failure, which allows us to take risks and pivot quickly.

Organised Chaos has learned to thrive on change. We consistently get to learn new things, What was once uncomfortable and new becomes an exciting learning process.

Adaptability

When we continually learn and try new things, we become more adaptable.

In life, your focus is pretty set. But at Organised Chaos, change isn’t frightening.

It sparks collaboration – Everyone is allowing to talk to anyone – from CEO to anyone else.

Across the entire process, we're super collaborative. This is especially important for anyone who needs to move with agility to success. Anyone who shares every ounce of knowledge and skill from each other, achieve cohesive and synergistic teams. Without strong collaboration among team members, projects cannot move forward swiftly, and opportunities will be lost.

The Culture

Without a defined hierarchy!

Respect is a rule, but other rules are a minimum. You set the rule. Constructive rules naturally come out of that. This atmosphere builds a sense of trust for each team. No one is micromanaged, so everyone feels accountable, and they all show up with good intentions.

 

The Plan 

We have by appointment only coaching sessions, coffee talks and monthly gathering involving sharing of stories. The goal is bridging community – the basics needs of each human are the same. We are all similar in more than one.  - This widens social capital by increasing ‘radius of trust’. We want community empowerment with everyone enabling society strengthening. 

 

Contact hello@melkaurgill.com for more information on how to be a part of Organised Chaos.

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