Welcome to Myorgbio.org! Orgbio is short for Organizational Biology. This was the subject of my Master’s Paper and it is something that I have been thinking about over the past decade and more since graduating.
This site is my location to place my thoughts about organizations, the people who make them up and the processes that make them work. As a result, this site has an audience of one, myself. Nevertheless please feel free to to read and contribute. If you want to contact me, feel free to do so either by email or via my linked in profile.
- Email: FRANK “THE @ SIGN” MYORGBIO.ORG.
- LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/franknpotter [Note, not clickable to robots so please cut and paste the link into a browser].
This site includes articles that I have written over the past number of years. I re-examined each one and provided both the original “Director’s-Cut” and any updates that I can think of. I see these as an ongoing work-in-progress so check back every now and then for changes. The articles are divided into one of three categories:
Mass and Adeptness is the underlying premise of this site, Organizational Biology. It is how organizations really work. That is there is Mass (machinery, intangibles such as patents and policies and procedures) but there is also the ephemeral quality of Adeptness which is the human application of mass toward an organizational objective. Basically it is culture or gestalt that makes an organization attractive (or not) to work for and be associated with.