Etymology of Organization

Found in relation to the French organisation, from the medieval Latin organizationem, a noun that comes from the conjugation based on the participle organizare, related to the Latin organum, pointing out a central functioning entity as well as the organs of a biological system or the well-known musical instrument, exposing the root in the Greek órganon, interpreted the same way.

As the linguistic base dictates, the action of organizing is a central aspect in all contexts where it can be applied, thriving for a better performance. Likewise, this term refers to any public or private institution, considering the set of people, processes and technologies that participate in a cooperative way around specific rules and objectives. In contrast, ‘disorganization’ drags a negative connotation.

The emergence of an obstacle or complication that interrupts a planned scenario in full activity is a latent reality, and in the same way that a condition appears in the body, it is necessary to work and take measures to resolve, overcome or adapt to the problem in order to continue forward.

On the other hand, it is interesting to observe a person’s disposition, as a part of their personality that extends to both private and professional life, providing harmony, confidence and security, but without it becoming a dependency or imposition that affects the relationship.

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