"It is as deadly for a mind to have a system as to have none. Therefore it will have to decide to combine both." --Karl Wilhelm Friedrich Schlegel

Every methodology is a combination of bureaucracy and adhocracy. If we turn too much towards bureaucracy, we lose the ability to adapt to new environments and we become slower and heavier. If we turn too much towards adhocracy, the difficulty of coordinating our work increases as we constantly switch around process and method which we adapt to our idiosyncrasies.

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