The group, or an organization, also depends largely on its members, for a unique characteristic emerges from collective interaction, which is not merely a summation of individual abilities, but more than that—both special as well as superior. This depends on the way an organization arranges its tasks, roles and system, as also the manner in which the ideology of an organization influences its people. Sometimes organizations do become cages. Individuals are deprived of their freedom by the very process of uniformity and standardization. New constraints emerge, which enslave initiative and creation. Mediocrity and averages become the passwords.