Partnerships of necessity entail the integration of actors and objectives in a 'chaordic
' network, where the various actors combine the various elements of chaos, order, competition and cooperation in an integrated peace and development programme of action (Ricilgiano 2003: 450).
The place which is diaspora: Citizenship, religion and gender in the making of chaordic
Werbner P, 2002, "The place which is diaspora: citizenship, religion and gender in the making of chaordic
transnationalism" Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 30 119-133
(2006) 'Human resource development in construction organisations: an example of a "chaordic
" learning organisation?', The Learning Organization, 13: 1, 63-79.
In this world, as Dee Hock describes it in The Chaordic
Age (1999), "success will depend less on rote and more on reason; less on the authority of the few and more on the judgment of many; less on compulsion and more on motivation; less on external control of people and more on discipline." Hock, former CEO of VISA International, envisions a "chaordic
organization" that will meet these demands by giving up traditional top-down control mechanisms in pursuit of flexibility and responsiveness, relying on a blend of competition and cooperation to produce results--chaos and order in perfect balance.
(42.) For previous proposals for restructuring the Marine Corps operating forces, see Carlton Meyer, "Twelve Brigades: A Blueprint for the Future," Marine Corps Gazette (April 1991); Asad Khan et al., "Let's Organize and Train as We Would Fight," Marine Corps Gazette (October 2002); and Frank Hoffman, "Transforming for the Chaordic
Age," Marine Corps Gazette (November 2002).
" Human Resource Development in Construction Oeganization as, An Example of a Chaordic
Learning Organization, The learning Organization, 13(1): 63-79.
Dee Hock, its founder, coined the term chaordic
(chaos + order) to refer to any complex, self-organizing, self-governing, adaptive, nonlinear system.15 Hock believed that VISA needed to be a chaordic
organization, a system that balanced the need for both flexibility and stability.
Bob Keiller, Wood Group: One from Many: VISA and the Rise of Chaordic
Organization by Dee Hock.
As Hua (2006) reminds us, no diaspora community is homogenous; "diasporic communities and networks are not exempted from sexism, racism, ethnicity, classism, homophobia, ageism, and other discrepancies and prejudices." Because of this contestation, Werbner (2002) describes diasporas as "chaordic
," replete with multiple discourses, dissent, and competition--all within the same diaspora.
Feldman's entirely likeable, utterly refreshing mood music revealed the composer to literally be a lover of the keyboard, his compositional mind caressing the keys in arrhythmic, "chaordic
" new combinations so that it (the keyboard) and its human pianist couldn't possibly become jaded or stuck in either a diatonic or atonal rut.
"The Art of Chaordic
Leadership." Leader to leader, 15 (Winter), p.