Guggenheim Museum

At present, those are many that defend the disorder like life style. One of them is professor Robert Fogel 16. A day this academic one realized of which in his office in the University of Chicago there was an increasing accumulation of papers. When it saw that no longer there was site to work, it decided to install a second writing-desk next to which it had, that with time returned to be equal of loaded which first. Also, they tell that the architect Frank Gehry 17, when the contractors of the Guggenheim Museum of Bilbao asked to him which was the action plan that it had to continue with before project that was approved to him, to its disturbed them answer: It answered that " ninguno".

The displicente and disturber answer indicated that the architect was not as much worried about the precision about the angles or the exact dimensions about the building, because was concentrated in the final impression that it would cause his work before the eyes of the visitors. The result is an art work architectonic impressive, unique, vanguardista. Educational psychologists, sociologists and ask themselves every time with greater preoccupation why a person is disorderly. Evidently, several theories exist that can contribute lights, although is partially and from different approaches, but all agrees in assuming that there are individuals that do not need to have control of their surroundings and prefer to improvise on the march. Others, however, are paradoxicalally too perfectionist: they think that they do not have the time necessary to do it everything perfectly, and so laziness finishes prevailing.

Eric Abrahamson and David H. Freedman, authors of " Praise of the Desorden" (Management 2000 Ed.) 18, associates the chaos to the creativity and the flexibility. Abrahamson is professor of theory of the organization in the University of Columbia but it is defined as a disorderly person. " If one is stopped to order every short while, it will not be able either to advance. However, a midpoint exists where the yield is more efficient: the one of the disorder ptimo" , According to him, the people (and the companies or the organizations) render to the maximum when they are able to mix in his daily life the order and disorder until reaching " a unique, original and difficult situation of copiar". With the right dose of confusion, it maintains that " relations between juxtaposed things are discovered that of another way they had been difficult of ver". A modern philosopher elevates his voice to endorse

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