There is no "status quo." This has consequences for change and transformation

It would be really nice if such a thing as a "status quo" existed. Granted: There's a rock band by that name that was founded in 1962 . But in the context of organizations and change and organizational development, the usefulness of the term "status quo" is a non-issue. What's more, this term is actually an enemy of successful change, agile, lean or BetaCodex work: It will thwart your own change work and inhibit significant development.

By Niels Pflaeging