Institutions Vs Collaboration

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Institutions Vs Collaboration
Topic Organizing the Field
Author David LaCroix
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The Central Org (institutional) model for organizing things is unworkable for our situation. Even if we could come to agreement on an "Executive Director" and various other staffing positions to follow the LRH policies he created for his institutions, it would be an effort that was doomed from the start due to the diverse and diffuse nature of the "Field".

The rigid institutional construct would not serve our purposes for another important reason, one that many modern corporations and institutions are coming to grips with as well, namely - too many people are excluded from contributing due to the fact they find themselves outside, not part of, separate from the institutional body. The institution has to rely on the work of those who are part of the institution and despite effort to include people from the outside, those people will always consider themselves to be outside the institutional framework. (and so will the institutional team members whether they overtly admit it or not)

Collaboration on the other hand, is something we could use a little more of.

A collaborative, community created, crowd-sourced knowledge-base for Scientology, its people, history, technologies and the Founder.

Watch the video below for a good presentation on these ideas.

“And I believe the freedom of the material which we know and understand is guaranteed only by lightness of organization, a maximum of people, good training and good, reliable, sound relay of information.[1]

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  1. ^ L Ron Hubbard - Anatomy of the Spirit of Man Congress - Lecture #15 What is Scientology Doing? 6 June 1955

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