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Invisible prison inside an organization - Yuri's persistent and scary organizational theory


Thank you very much everyone for visiting us.
 
Today I would like to talk about how to live within an organization.
 
Having said that, I am currently running a massage business as a sole proprietor, so I can say that I am not very good at organizing, but it would be extremely presumptuous for me to say that, but I have reflected on this and am trying to live within an organization. I would like to talk about what was needed to make this happen and what an organization is like. On the other hand, I have felt this because I am not good at living in an organization. I hope you will read it.
 
 

 


Collaboration is necessary in an organization


Introduction When I was young, the first thing I faced was the need to cultivate "cooperation" in order to survive within an organization.
Collaboration is always important in organizations. For example, let's say you're training a group of people you've never met before. Since most of them were meeting each other for the first time, they were not very good at greeting each other, and I had no idea who they were. However, if a small group of people appear to be uncooperative, even those who are meeting for the first time will be left out. I had such an experience myself. I remember clearly that even within a few hours of meeting him, I felt a piercing gaze from somewhere on him. I am who I am today because someone taught me that.
In any case, if you are not cooperative, you will definitely be left out immediately. When you are working on a big project, you have to think about how you can be useful in some way. It is a common sense, but there are quite a few people who are not conscious of this, and I think that they may suffer unpleasant experiences without realizing it.
I felt the same way, but I feel that it is not so difficult to think about something and solve it alone, especially for the generation who grew up playing games, but it is better to think about something together and work together. You can't learn these things unless you learn about them by hanging out with friends outside, or by joining a sports club in your neighborhood association.
 
In an organization, the more roles there are that cooperate with each other, the more value will be found there. On the other hand, the less you have, the less value you have and the more you will be ignored by the organization.
 
If you can't do anything, you'll have to carry heavy things, clean, do things that are asked of you, or do dirty work to survive. I think it's very tough to live in an organization.
 

 

 

No one in the organization will help you

 

In my experience, I think no one in the organization will help you. In your personal relationships, there may be people who say bad things about you, but once you lose the value of living in an organization, or you become aloof, you will end up being hurt in the organization. I have no choice but to encounter it. Everyone cares about themselves, so they won't protect such people. I think that's what an organization is like. If that happens, you'll either have to grit your teeth and try your best to get through it, or if you can't, you'll have to leave the organization. However, no one praises you even if you try your best to survive. This is because, just as people who go to prison and work hard to get out are not praised, if you float within an organization, no one will appreciate your efforts even if you struggle. If that happens, you'll have no choice but to make up your mind, anticipate everything, and be patient.
 
 

 


The invisible prison within the organization


I said earlier that it's the same as when someone who goes to prison and struggles until they get out isn't praised, and I believe that within any organization, there is an invisible prison.
There are no trials, and sentences are carried out based on unilateral accusations by the organization. The organization just watches in silence, giving you a score without anyone noticing. If the punishment score increases, the execution of the sentence is inevitable, and you are unknowingly put in an invisible prison within the organization, and made to do invisible prison work within the organization.
Although it seems to be gradually decreasing recently, organized bullying, lynching, murder, and even being driven to suicide are exactly this kind of thing. When you are put in an invisible prison within an organization, there are no sound laws, so it is left to the individual's discretion. It is an area that depends on luck. If you are unlucky in encountering the nature of the organization, you may even die.
We were never taught these things in words. However, I now realize that elementary school, junior high school, high school, university, club activities, etc. were not just for studying, but in fact, they were for developing a way of life in order to survive in an organization. It makes me realize.
 
Why do we feel exhilarated when we watch or read movies or novels about people escaping from prison even though they have never committed a crime, or why there is so much content like that? I think it's because I've been to a prison inside.
 
Everyone is looking for a way to escape, but once they are inside the organization, they do their best to secure their own place. Before you know it, someone else is in prison within your organization, but deep down you just know it and don't know it.
 

 


The length of your sentence in the invisible prison within your organization is up to you


What makes the invisible prison inside an organization different from prisons in the real world is that you can leave at any time of your own volition. That is also the advantage of this prison. However, most people do not realize that they are in prison. If you realize that, you can simply leave the organization, but it is difficult to grasp the situation on your own. However, even though it is difficult to see, the sentence for the invisible prison inside an organization is roughly decided by the discretion of the people. If you live in that environment, you have to serve your sentence, so if you are aware of that, it would be better to leave the organization. Even if you serve your sentence, you will be labeled as an invisible criminal within the organization. I think it is better to leave the organization than to be labeled like that. You can start over as many times as you want. The issue is whether you are aware of it yourself.
 
 

 


Discussion among the heads of organizations


Sometimes the head of the organization comes up for discussion. I have also held a managerial position in an organization, and sometimes there are discussions about the organization's leadership. In other words, the debate is whether it's better to be kind or harsh. In an organization, the invisible punishment within the organization is decided at the discretion of the head of the organization, so this kind of discussion always comes up. In my case, I was a very kind person, so I was criticized by the harsh people. Which is better? If humanity is to continue, I think it will always be debated as if it were an eternal issue. ``Which famous person would you choose as your boss?'' is often discussed in magazines.
The way I think about this is that it depends on the time and situation.
You must decide whether to be tough or gentle, which is appropriate for the tasks your organization is trying to accomplish.
For example, if you advance to the finals of the WBC baseball tournament, you could win if you get one more out, but there is a possibility that you will lose due to someone's selfish play. This is probably an example of how we should be strict to prevent this from happening. On the other hand, if someone were to scold Borokas for making an error during a family game of baseball, the person who scolded him would probably not be the one who deserved it this time.
In other words, the results of being strict are different from the results of being kind. I believe that the nature of the head of an organization should be determined by the desired results.
 

 



You need the ability to read the atmosphere


In the end, you need the ability to discern the differences in the nature of organizations, in other words, the ability to "read the air." In a strict organization, kind people tend to feel uncomfortable and end up in an invisible prison, and conversely, in a kind organization, strict people tend to end up in an invisible prison. That's why I think you need the ability to "read the air" to determine which vector you should be on right now. Only those who have the ability to read the air can survive in an organization and be qualified to become a leader who leads the organization in a positive direction.
 
If you think like that, you might be able to see what path you should take right now. However, it's best to keep in mind the broadest possible light on the organization. Even if you're doing the right thing within an organization, if it's wrong within the larger organization that it belongs to, you have to read the mood within the larger organization. So I think it's important to judge what you should do in reality with as broad a perspective and long-term view as possible. Managing an organization and living within it requires the ability to read the mood.
 
The modern era is a time when various old ideas and new ideas intersect. In addition, various ideologies, thoughts, and philosophies are flying around in a complicated manner. Each of us may be being tested on how to read the current atmosphere and live our lives.
 
 
Now that I've talked about the organization, what do you think?
As long as you survive, you cannot live alone.
Find your own way of life within the organization.
 
Thank you for listening🙇