The things we fear most in organizations -- fluctuations, disturbances, imbalances -- are the primary sources of creativity.
Without aggression, it becomes possible to think well, to be curious about differences, and to enjoy each other's company.
Aggression is the most common behavior used by many organizations, a nearly invisible medium that influences all decisions and actions.
Aggression is inherently destructive of relationships. People and ideologies are pitted against each other, believing that in order to survive, they must destroy the opposition.
We know from science that nothing in the universe exists as an isolated or independent entity.
Aggression only moves in one direction - it creates more aggression.
Innovation is fostered by information gathered from new connections; from insights gained by journeys into other disciplines or places; from active, collegial networks and fluid, open boundaries. Innovation arises from ongoing circles of exchange, where information is not just accumulated or stored, but created. Knowledge is generated anew from connections that weren't there before.