Is your institution “organic”?
What could organic mean?
Let’s try and answer this based on sheer intuition, without surfing the net or getting biased by other opinions. It doesn’t matter if we’re wrong. At least we’re thinking independently, and that is invaluable.
So, what kind of an institution is organic?
A non-synthetic one? Hmm.
One that’s alive? Not bad.
In sync? Better.
One whose left hand knows what its right hand is doing? Good.
One that tugs at the same string at the same time in the same direction. Yeah!
One that’s devoted to a holistic boss. You got it.
Are you part of such an institution?
Yes? God bless you.
Looked and never found?
Looked, found, and then couldn’t fit in? Keep trying. If you don’t fit in fully into any such institution, firstly, don’t get worried. It’s ok. Found your own organic institution. On the other hand, maybe you are your own institution, but don’t know it yet. When you do discover it, try and be an organic one.
Organic growth is digestible. It sustains.
Short cuts are big in our world.
Why do we try and cut others short?
As investments, look for institutions where employees are not cut short. When talent is rewarded, it starts to perform beyond boundaries.
Apart from good valuations, corporate governance criteria and organic growth are critical factors that one must look for in an investment.
Organic is in, and will remain in.