Men admire the man who can organize their wishes and thoughts in stone and wood and steel and brass. —Ralph Waldo Emerson



Middle Latin organizare, from Latin organum; Greek organon an instrument, implement, engine


a : to develop an organic structure

b : to form into a coherent and functioning unity

c : to arrange interdependent parts or elements into a whole

d : to set up an administrative structure

e : to associate in a logical and harmonious way

f : to arrange by systematic planning and united effort