When order is put into disorder, confusion blows off, according to L. Ron Hubbard. In his Scientology Axiom number 56, he states that "Theta brings order to chaos," noting also that chaos puts disorder into theta.
It also needs underlining that one must continue to put in calm, friendly order - create, create, create it. Otherwise, the confusion that can arise might not untangle or dissolve, but is liable to enwrap the being doing the action.
If one starts a new business venture, no matter how well planned, the arrival of orders for products is itself a randomity. This requires order to be brought to bear, and if the new business lacks sufficient organization, that fact soon becomes painfully obvious.
Order, organization, does not mean fanatical control of situations actual or potential. Control is necessary, though, meaning the ability to initiate (start), alter or maintain (change) and conclude (stop) actions small and large in cycles of production and administration.
Communication lines should be "clean", and good comm cycles, with harmonious affinity, are vital.
Order requires a stable datum. There can be one or many of these, and in a business they include definitions such as who we are, what we are aiming to do, who our customers are likely to be — and so on.
The stable data act as markers on which can be aligned all the factors of a confusion, of disorder, of randomity.
Too much order can be a pain in the butt. There is an optimum amount of order required for any activity, neither more nor less (plus a latitude of a bit above, a bit below that optimum). And that is where one large organization went wrong, in putting in order and order and order...to a degree that would have been amusing had it not been tragic.
But let us, as Independents, not overlook the fact that as individuals, as business people or employees and above all as Independents in loose grouping or otherwise, some extent of order is vital. For too much randomity, too few stable data in common, would spell chaos.