“Good order is the foundation of all things.” - Edmund Burke.
Organization seems to be the foundation for all good things. As Calvin Coolidge said, "The only difference between a mob and a trained army is organization." Organization is a place for everything and everything in its place. This thought can be seen in many of today's workplaces and has been extremely successful. In education, desks are placed in rows, and books are neatly stacked in the back of the class, while the students all face the teacher at the head of the class. It has been this way since education in schoolhouses started, and as seen, this method has worked.
Even labor forces apply this in their factories. Companies use assembly lines, a form of organization that many companies use to be efficient and save time. During the time of the great depression, this method saved many families from losing their jobs and helped companies. Even at home, organization is key to a successful and working family. Even mothers teach young children to put their toys in a bin after they've finished playing. Organization really is the basis of all good things, when applied to daily life.