We derive Deconstruct from Post-Modern philosophy. In orgtology, its meaning is alike. To be “deconstructive”, we must question all the traditional assumptions about the ability and function of a process. In this, we believe that a process has no stable meaning, because its activity only gets its worth in relation to other activities. If you remove, start, or adjust an activity, you alter the entire process. The change might be slight, or it could alter the meaning of the whole process. It is not possible to construct without being deconstructive. We gain perfection through imperfection.
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