I wouldn't say I was organised at all. I just have to prioritise. Is it more important for them to be organised, or to have their dinner, do you know what I mean?
— Jo Brand

Organisations are now confronted with two sources of change: the traditional type that is initiated and managed; and external changes over which no one has control.
Margaret J. Wheatley organising quote

One can think of a secretary actively operating a filing system, of a librarian actively cataloguing books, of a computer actively sorting out information. The mind however does not actively sort out information. The information sorts itself out and organises itself into patterns. The mind is passive. The mind only provides an opportunity for the information to behave in this way. The mind provides a special environment in which information can become self-organising. This special environment is a memory surface with special characteristics.
— Edward De Bono

I'm so organised. I never screw up. I've done it maybe twice before. I check my calendar seven times a day.
— Anna Paquin

Organising free and fair elections is more important than the result itself.
— organising quotation by Fatos Nano