"Self-organization can be said to be the process of the dynamic sending and receiving of authorization by and between individuals and the group. In other words, “self-organization” is actually the act of dynamically establishing who has the right to do what work. A major and essential aspect of self-organization in social systems is the sending and receiving of authorization and authorization-related information. Without this, the group cannot accomplish what we currently call “self-organization.”"
"Making our cognitive models explicit can help us spot the differences for things we consider the same."
"To-do lists are evil. Schedule everything."