Culture, Organization and Management

Studying organizations from a cultural perspective

Study culture in organizations

Zegel keuzegids Master 2018

Analyzing the culture of organizations and management
Organizations are hubs in society. They support social structures as well as mediate and channel social and cultural change. With today’s rapid globalization and changing cultural dynamics, inherent cultural bias, continuous change programmes, and underestimation of the cultural dimension can cause organizations to suffer serious economic and social consequences. The Master’s programme in Culture, Organization and Management (COM) teaches you to critically analyze organizational cultures and to develop creative solutions.

You will develop expertise in management styles, cultural diversity, organizational identity, cross-cultural co-operation, as well as national and international organizational processes. You will learn to combine anthropological and sociological approaches with research-based knowledge, and to apply the tools of cultural analysis to the workplace.

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The programme in short
  • You will learn to critically analyze conventional organization and management practices
  • You will look at organizations from an interdisciplinary and cultural perspective
  • You will receive intensive training in analytical writing
  • You will interact with engaged instructors who are keen to support you both academically and professionally
  • You will conduct three months of fieldwork to develop an understanding of organizations from the bottom up and inside out
  • You will write a Master’s thesis based on your fieldwork 
Programme structure

During the first semester, you will participate in seminars that teach you the contemporary theories on organizational culture and complex cultural processes that influence organizations and society. You will gain in-depth knowledge of qualitative research methods such as qualitative interviewing, participant observation, being a ‘fly on the wall’ and discursive analysis. All are key to the ethnographic approach of this programme. Throughout the first semester, you also will work on completing your research proposal for your fieldwork.

In addition, you will choose two out of three elective courses:

  • Culture and Identity in Organizations
  • Changing Organizational Culture
  • Transnational Organizations in a Global World

In the second semester, you will put your knowledge into practice by conducting three months of fieldwork research. During your fieldwork, you will gather empirical data for your Master’s thesis. You will conclude the semester with the writing of your thesis, under the guidance of your supervisor.

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You will gather empirical data for your thesis while conducting three months of fieldwork research in the Netherlands or abroad. During the fieldwork, you will be supported by a supervisor and by an online research lab that will help you further refine your interview techniques, storytelling, analysis and other research skills.

You can create your own research project or participate in one of the ongoing research projects of our staff, such as the projects below.

Cultural aspects of megaprojects
Major infrastructure projects, such as the construction of metro and train connections or the expansion of the Panama Canal, require cooperation between many different partner organizations. Prof. Alfons van Marrewijk and Prof. Marcel Veenswijk are researching how differences in organizational culture can have major impacts on the success or failure of such projects.  

Public-private partnerships
Private sector companies are playing an increasingly important role in nature conservation. Dr. Frans Kamsteeg and Dr. Harry Wels represent a number of research projects in South Africa. One of these projects focuses on large-scale, transfrontier conservation areas, where public-private partnerships are expected to contribute to both nature conservation and local socio-economic development.

Diversity in organizations
Cultural and gender diversity in and beyond organizations is considered to be one of the major challenges of our time. Dr Ida Sabelis coordinates various research projects on the processes of exclusion and inclusion in organizations.
When you graduate from the Master’s programme in Culture, Organization and Management, you will be well qualified for a variety of international jobs in a wide array of sectors.

What types of jobs can you get?

Almost all organizations these days are continuously engaged in processes of change. This programme will give you the knowledge and skills to analyze organizational change and to formulate creative solutions. Our graduates are in high demand at major corporations, and the non-profit and public sectors are increasingly pursuing our graduates, specifically for interdisciplinary teams.

If you want to pursue an academic career, this programme’s strong fieldwork and research focus provide excellent preparation for a PhD.

Where do our alumni work?
Many of our graduates become consultants. Others obtain positions with corporations as commercial officers (e.g. in customer relations), HRM officers (e.g. in recruitment), or policy supports officers (e.g. in internal communications).

This graphic will give you an impression of the sectors in which our graduates find their employment

Field of work

Pioneers in organizational culture
Since its start in 1990, this Master’s programme has been pioneering in its application of concepts related to culture to the field of management and organization sciences. We foster an understanding of culture in organizations that addresses everyday life in organizations, and analyze how people are caught in processes of sense-making. Knowledge about these processes is based on up-close and in-depth ethnographic research. You will learn to research organizations ethnographically and will conduct your own extensive fieldwork project.

Learning from diversity
Members of our teaching staff come from diverse backgrounds: anthropology, management science, public administration, corporate history, psychology, development studies and sociology. They all have extensive international experience in organizational culture research and many are experienced practitioners and consultants. You will benefit from the diversity of their perspectives as well as the diverse perspectives of your fellow students, as about 20% of your fellow students will come from abroad.
com-sadhana-100 “The Master's Programme Culture, Organization and Management (COM) gives me the opportunity to get a job in consultancy after graduation. With the perspective on consultancy, COM is very broad orientated in Organization Management and the Organization Cultures. This gives me many possibilities in the consultancy world.”
Sadhana Raghoebarsing, student Culture, Organization and Management
Transnational Entrepreneurship
This theme is studied in the context of globalization and the operation of transnational networks. Organizations – from small businesses to large corporations – are increasingly operating across national borders. They often form transnational networks that bring together people from different cultural or ethnic backgrounds. The people staffing these organizations and networks are thus increasingly diverse, leading to a growing need for the knowledge and insight required to manage such diversity. Entrepreneurs and managers are often ignorant of the culture in the countries where they do business, but cultural understanding is indispensable for the success of partnerships and mergers.

Identity and Diversity in Organizations

This theme is about understanding identity-related processes of equality and inequality, and inclusion and exclusion in organizational life. It encompasses such issues as ethnicity, gender and age, as well as issues related to positions, power and politics. The course reviews the historical evolution of the “management of diversity”, current policies and new developments and perspectives. Specific attention is paid to contextualizing aspects of “sense-making” in organizational life: time-space relations, the importance of organizational language and the relevance or irrelevance of the network society.

The Management of Culture Change
This theme centres on how managers and other members of an organization can give meaning and direction to change processes, and how interventions in such processes are affected. “Culture change” is often cited as a panacea for ailing organizations. But despite high expectations, the results are often meagre. Why is this so? What interventions work and under what conditions do they succeed or fail?

Bianca Bontic

Student

Bianca Bontic"Combining theory and practice by doing actual research in the field, interacting with companies and getting insights in how a true ethnographer works made me challenge myself constantly. COM is a programme where you add passion and dedication, where everyone is free to debate and challenge the knowledge by trying to find different perspectives, and where you are indeed treated as a real professional."

Patrick Cahill

Alumnus (USA)

Patrick Cahill"COM teaches you to see dynamics in organisations that aren’t always visible. I really enjoyed the time and space it offered me to step outside of everyday life, and then look back at with a new perspective. I’ve now realised that’s just half of it; applying what I learned has been the real challenge."

Overview Culture, Organization & Management

LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION

English

DURATION

1 year

TUITION FEE

APPLICATION DEADLINE

1 June for Dutch and EU-students. 1 April for non-EU-students.

START DATE

1 September

STUDY TYPE

Full-time

FIELD OF INTEREST

Behavioural and Social Sciences

Sadie Voet

Alumna (USA)

Sadie Voet"Coming from a bachelor's degree in psychology, I wasn't entirely sure what to expect from the programme, but in the end I was impressed with the course offerings, the multidisciplinary approach, and the opportunity to make the thesis project my own. You learn a lot from your fellow COMrades as everyone has a different background (both geographically and academically), which makes lectures and seminars a lot of fun. COM not only allowed me to develop academically but also gave me a sense of how to apply my knowledge practically, really allowing me to excel in working life."

Admissions and contact

The Board of Admissions is responsible for handling and assessing requests for admission to the Master’s programmes of the Faculty of Social Sciences (FSS). Questions to or requests for the Board of Admissions of FSS can be handed in to the administrative secretary, who will submit your request to the members of the Board and will inform you of their decision. The Board of Admissions strives to take on incoming requests within 4 weeks (20 working days) and 6 weeks during the busy summer period (starting 1 July).

Admission with a Dutch degree

English Language Requirements 
To be admitted to the English-taught Master’s programme all students (directly admissible, conditionally admissible or admissible with a HBO degree) must meet the following results in the English language test (no older than 2 years):

  • IELTS score with a minimum of 6.5
  • TOEFL score paper based test: 580
  • TOEFL score computer based test: 237
  • TOEFL score internet based test: 92-93
  • VU TOEFL-ITP: 580 (only valid for VU University Amsterdam)
  • CAMBRIDGE CERTIFICATE in Advanced English (CAE): A or B
  • CAMBRIDGE CERTIFICATE of Proficiency in English (CPE): A, B or C

Exemptions from the language test requirement are granted in the following cases: 
- your bachelor’s or master’s diploma was obtained in an English-language university programme in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, UK or USA. 
- your bachelor’s or master’s diploma was obtained in an English-taught programme at a Dutch university. 
- your bachelor’s or master’s diploma was obtained in an English-taught programme in a different EU-country.

Make sure to register on time at Taalloket for the VU TOEFL-ITP, as the possibilities are limited, especially during the busy summer period. August 8 is the last possible date for taking the test (registration August 1 at the latest).

If you have a Dutch bachelor's degree obtained at a Dutch university, the VU TOEFL-ITP is free of charge.

Please add a scan of the result to your application in VUnet before 31 August at the latest.

DIRECTLY ADMISSIBLE 
If you have one of the following bachelor’s degrees, you are admissible to the master’s programme in Culture, Organization and Management (COM):

  • Bestuurs- en organisatiewetenschap
  • Culturele antropologie en ontwikkelingssociologie
  • Politicologie
  • Sociologie
  • Organisatiewetenschappen (Tilburg University)

  • Algemene Sociale Wetenschappen: minimum of two courses from the Minor Organizational Culture (or comparable courses) + one additional course in qualitative research methods.
  • CIW: incl. Minor Organizational Culture (VU) or B&O (UU).
  • Communicatiewetenschap (FSW, VU): incl. minimum of the following two courses from the Minor Organisatiewetenschap:
    - Kernthema’s bestuurs- en organisatiewetenschap (S_KBO)
    - Organizational Culture and Change (S_OCC)
    + one course in qualitative research methods
  • Psychologie: incl. Minor Organizational Culture (VU) or B&O (UU).


Registration procedure

1. Registration for the Master’s programme in Studielink is open until 31 May (non-VU-students) / 31 July (VU-students) at the latest.
2. After registering in Studielink you’ll receive login data for VUnet.
3. Finish your application in VUnet.
4. Arrange payment of the tuition fee and complete your registration before 31 August at the latest.

More information about the registration procedure.

Please note: all students must meet the English Language Requirements.
Before the beginning of the programme you’ll receive practical information about starting your studies.

CONDITIONALLY ADMISSIBLE 
If you have a university Bachelor’s degree other than mentioned above, you can hand in a request for admission. The Board of Admissions decides whether you will be admitted or whether you have to meet with additional requirements.

Registration procedure
1. Registration for the Master’s programme in Studielink is open until 31 May (non-VU-students) / 31 July (VU-students) at the latest.
2. After registering in Studielink you’ll receive login data for VUnet
3. Add the following documents to your application in VUnet:
- scan authenticated (provisional) grade list
- relevant course descriptions of your bachelor’s programme
- short letter of motivation
- résumé
4. Finish your application in VUnet.
5. After your application has been processed and assessed you’ll receive notice about your admissibility.
6. Arrange payment of the tuition fee and complete your registration before 31 August at the latest.

More information about the registration procedure

Please note: all students must meet the English Language Requirements
Before the beginning of the programme you’ll receive practical information about starting your studies.

The following information is in Dutch, since the pre-Master's programme is partly taught in Dutch and therefore not accessible for students who don't speak Dutch.

Als hbo'er kun je starten met de master Culture, Organization and Management nadat je het bijbehorende premasterprogramma met succes hebt afgerond. Ieder hbo-bachelordiploma geeft toegang tot de premaster, mits aan de eisen van het premasterassessment is voldaan.

Inhoud premaster
Het premasterprogramma bereidt studenten voor op de Engelstalige Master COM. Het is een parttime programma bestaande uit vijf vakken waarbij aandacht wordt besteed aan de organisatiewetenschappen, academische vaardigheden en onderzoeksmethodieken.

Bekijk het jaarrooster en de vakken van de premaster COM in de studiegids 2018-2019. Daarnaast is het jaarschema 2019-2020 beschikbaar.

  • Het premasterprogramma telt 30 EC-studiepunten. 
  • De studielast van de premaster is verspreid over het studiejaar.
  • De colleges en werkgroepen vinden plaats op vrijdag. 
  • Elk studiepunt staat gelijk aan 28 uur studie. Een vak van 6 studiepunten staat dus voor 168 uur (zelf-)studie. 
  • De premaster moet binnen één jaar worden afgerond. De behaalde resultaten van de premaster zijn geldig tot 1 september van het volgende studiejaar.  
  • Het tarief is gelijk aan de helft van het wettelijke collegegeld.  

Premasterassessment
Om aan de premaster deel te kunnen nemen, moet eerst het premasterassessment worden behaald. Het premasterassessment van FSW toetst: 

  • Engelse taalvaardigheid
  • Nederlandse taalvaardigheid
  • Rekenkundige vaardigheden (statistiek)
  • Cognitieve aspecten

De onderdelen Engelse taalvaardigheid en rekenkundige vaardigheden (statistiek) zijn bindend. 

Bekijk alle informatie over het premasterassessment. Daar staat ook hoe je je in Studielink en VUnet kunt aanmelden voor het premasterprogramma en het assessment.

HvA doorstroomminor SWO
Beschik je over een afgeronde hbo-opleiding inclusief de doorstroomminor Sociaalwetenschappelijk Onderzoek van de HvA, dan word je toegelaten na het behalen van een nader aan te wijzen bijvak aan de VU. Hiervoor moet je een toelatingsverzoek indienen. Je hoeft geen premaster te volgen en dus ook geen assessment te maken.

Aanmeldprocedure
1. Meld je voor de premaster aan in Studielink uiterlijk 31 mei.
2. Na aanmelding ontvang je inloggegevens voor VUnet.
3. Rond je aanmelding in VUnet af, incl. aanmelding voor het premasterassessment.
4. Premasterassessment en hbo-bachelordiploma moeten uiterlijk 31 augustus behaald zijn.
5. Regel de betaling van het premastertarief en rond je inschrijving af uiterlijk 31 augustus.

Let op: voor aanvang van de aansluitende Master COM moeten alle studenten voldoen aan de taaleis Engels. Kijk voor informatie hierover onder de kop 'Admission with University Bachelor's degree'. 

Voor aanvang van het premasterprogramma ontvang je praktische informatie over de start van de studie.

Hoe schrijf ik me in voor een premaster?
Informatie over de aanmeldprocedure vind je op de  onder de kop ‘Toelating met een HBO-bachelor’.
Algemene informatie over de inschrijfprocedure voor een premaster op de VU staat op deze pagina.

Word ik met mijn hbo-diploma toegelaten tot een masteropleiding?
Met een hbo-bachelordiploma word je niet direct toegelaten tot een masteropleiding, maar volg je eerst een premaster. Om toegelaten te worden tot het premasterprogramma moet je slagen voor het premasterassessment. Een afgerond premasterprogramma biedt toegang tot de aansluitende masteropleiding.

Ik heb heel hoge cijfers gehaald in mijn hbo-bachelor en werkervaring. Mag ik direct instromen?
Helaas word je niet direct toegelaten tot de master met jouw hbo-bachelor. Alleen een wo-bachelor geeft mogelijk direct toegang. Werkervaring en hoge cijfers tellen niet mee in de toelatingsprocedure.

Mag ik instromen met een premaster van een andere universiteit?
Het is niet gebruikelijk om in te stromen met een premaster van een andere universiteit. De toelatingseisen en de inhoud kunnen verschillen per universiteit en per premaster. Je kunt een toelatingsverzoek indienen. De toelatingscommissie beoordeelt dan of je vooropleiding voldoet.

Ik ga mijn hbo-bachelor niet voor 1 september halen. Mag ik toch starten met de premaster?
Als je je hbo-bachelordiploma niet voor 1 september hebt behaald, kun je helaas niet beginnen met de premaster in het aansluitende collegejaar. Het is tevens niet mogelijk om halverwege het collegejaar in te stromen bij onze faculteit.

Ik ontvang mijn hbo-bachelordiploma niet voor 1 september, maar heb deze al wel behaald. Mag ik toch starten met de premaster?
Uiterlijk 31 augustus moet een kopie van je hbo-bachelordiploma of een bewijs van afstuderen binnen zijn. In dat geval kun je jouw hbo-bachelordiploma wel later inleveren, maar deze moet gedateerd zijn van vóór 1 september om in september te kunnen beginnen.

Moet ik als premasterstudent ook deelnemen aan matching?
Nee, matching is alleen voor bachelorstudenten.

Hoe sta ik ingeschreven als premasterstudent?
Als premasterstudent ben je ingeschreven in de bachelor.

Moet ik ook een premasterassessment doen? En waarom?
Het assessment is verplicht voor studenten met een hbo-bachelordiploma die met een premaster willen beginnen. Met het premasterassessment wordt getest of je beschikt over voldoende vaardigheden op het gebied van Engels en wiskunde om de premaster te kunnen volgen.

Moet ik een GMAT doen?
Nee, de GMAT wordt alleen afgenomen bij de School of Business and Economics (SBE).

Wat toetst het premasterassessment van de Faculteit der Sociale Wetenschappen (FSW)?
Het assessment bestaat uit:
•    Tekstbegrip en leesvaardigheid in de Nederlandse taal
•    Tekstbegrip en leesvaardigheid in de Engelse taal
•    Rekenkundige vaardigheden en wiskunde/statistiek
•    Cognitieve capaciteiten

Is de uitslag van het premasterassessment bindend?
De onderdelen Engels en wiskunde zijn bindend. Wie voor deze onderdelen geen voldoende haalt, kan niet starten met een premaster. Het is niet mogelijk om het premasterassessment te herkansen.

Wat kost het premasterassessment?
De kosten voor deelname aan het assessment bedragen 110 euro.

Hoe meld ik mij aan voor het premasterassessment?
Meld je via Studielink aan voor de premaster en doorloop de stappen van de aanmeldingsprocedure. Je komt dan vanzelf op een punt dat je je moet aanmelden voor het assessment.

Wanneer vindt het premasterassessment plaats?
Data voor het premasterassessment kun je vinden via deze pagina.

Ik wil graag op een ander moment het premasterassessment maken. Kan dat?
Neem hiervoor contact op met de studentenbalie.

Ik heb een vwo-diploma. Moet ik ook het premasterassessment maken? Ik heb toch al bewezen dat ik het niveau aankan?
Met een vwo-diploma moet je het premasterassessment maken en behalen, om na te gaan of je nog steeds op het gewenste niveau zit.

Als ik het premasterassessment niet behaal, mag ik dan herkansen?
Nee, helaas kun je het premasterassessment niet herkansen.

Als ik het premasterassessment niet heb gemaakt/behaald, krijg ik dan het geld terug?
Nee, dit bedrag wordt niet gerestitueerd.

Wanneer krijg ik de uitslag van het premasterassessment?
De uitslag wordt binnen drie weken na afname van het premasterassessment per e-mail verstuurd naar het mailadres dat je hebt opgegeven in Studielink.

Mag ik de premaster als minor volgen in mijn hbo-bachelor?
Helaas is het niet mogelijk om de premaster als minor te volgen. Om toegelaten te worden tot de premaster moet je in het bezit zijn van een hbo-bachelordiploma. Je kunt als hbo-bachelorstudent wel 18 studiepunten aan keuzevakken volgen.

Kan ik na het behalen van mijn premaster een jaar wachten met instromen in de master?
Nee, je dient na het afronden van de premaster in het aansluitende studiejaar te beginnen met de bijbehorende master.


Lees meer over het premasterassessment, voorbereidingstips en afnamedata.

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Admission with an international degree

The Master’s degree programme in Culture, Organization & Management is an international programme. To gain admission, you must hold a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited research university in Anthropology, Sociology, Political Science, Organization Science, Communication Science (from a Social Sciences perspective), Organization Psychology, Social Psychology, or Business Administration. You must have had research methodology. Those who hold another degree (particularly in the Humanities) can be admitted if their study programme shows sufficient affinity (course content and research methodology). You also need an excellent working command of English.
How to apply

To apply for the 2018-2019 programme, you need to register in Studielink. Once you have completed your registration in Studielink, you will receive log in details for the portal in VUnet. You must complete your application in VUnet by uploading the following required documents:

  1. Certified copy of your original Bachelor’s degree certificate. The certified degree must be in English or be translated into English by your university or a sworn translator. If you have yet to obtain your degree, you can ask the registrar of your university to provide an official statement to the effect that your are certain to graduate before 1 September.
  2. A transcript of the grades you obtained in your Bachelor’s programme. The certified transcript must be in English or be translated into English by your university or by a sworn translator. If you have followed or are following a master’s programme and/or more than one bachelor’s programme, please include transcripts of all these programmes.
  3. A clearly legible copy of the page(s) in your passport (or ID-card if you are an EU student) that contain(s) your personal data. A copy of a passport / ID card that is no longer valid will not be accepted.
  4. A curriculum vitae, including your personal details, and listing your previous education and relevant work experience.
  5. A Bachelor's or Master's thesis (in English). Or if you have not finished your thesis yet, a sample of an academic writing in English (at least 10 pages in length). The writing sample should be relevant for the programme and clearly demonstrate your academic skills. We will check your sample for plagiarism as one of the first steps of the evaluation procedure.
  6. A description of the courses you have taken during your bachelor’s programme, you can either copy this from the study guide or type 5-10 sentences for each course yourself (written in English). Emphasize the ones that you think are relevant for the proposed Master Programme. If you have not yet graduated, please also include an overview of courses with course descriptions which you are following or going to follow before graduation.
  7. A letter of motivation (no more than 2 pages in length, in English). Also, if applicable, please specify in this letter, the name of the specialization you are applying for.
  8. The results of an English language test. To be admitted to the master’s programme all applicants must meet the following results in the English language test (no older than 2 years):
  • IELTS score with a minimum of 6.5.
  • TOEFL score paper based test: 580.
  • TOEFL score computer based test: 237.
  • TOEFL score internet based test: 92.
  • Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English (CAE): A or B.
  • Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE): A, B or C.
  • VU TOEFL-ITP: 580 (only valid for VU Amsterdam).
  • IELTS = test given by the British International English Language Testing Service.
  • TOEFL = American Test of English as a foreign Language.

Exemptions from the language test requirements are granted in the following cases:

  • If your bachelor's or master's diploma on the basis of which you ask for admission at the VU Amsterdam, was obtained in an English-language university programme in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, UK or USA.
  • If your bachelor's or master's diploma was obtained in an NVAO-accredited English-taught programme at a Dutch university.
  • If your bachelor's or master's diploma was obtained in an NVAO-accredited English-taught programme in a different EU-country.

Please note that the options for taking this test are limited, especially during the summer holidays. Remember to upload the result of your test as soon as possible, but at the latest June 1st (for non-EEA students) or August 31st (for EEA students).

Application fee & deadlines
All students seeking admission to an international Bachelor’s or Master’s programme with an international degree are required to pay a non-refundable €100 application fee. Only after you have paid this fee will we be able to start the evaluation of your application file. If you are applying for more than one programme, you will only need to pay the application fee once. Your application fee payment is valid for two years.

Information on how to apply with an international university degree and deadlines can be found here.

For more information, international students may also contact the admission officer: masters.fss@vu.nl.

Some International students are happy to tell you about their experience with living and studying in Amsterdam. These Student Ambassadors come from all over the world and have attended various bachelor's and master's programmes.

Our Student Ambassadors are listed here on this webpage: vu.nl/ambassadors.

Reach out to them and get their stories about being a student at VU Amsterdam.

As an international student planning to study at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, you can apply for a variety of grants and bursaries. Detailed information about scholarships and deadlines can be found on www.vu.nl/scholarships or www.grantfinder.nl

For further questions about admission requirements, please contact the International Student Advisor Irena Paap by e-mail (masters.fss@vu.nl)

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Fiza Ahmed

Alumna

Fiza Ahmed"COM offers an intriguing programme in which elements of sociology, anthropology and organisation sciences come together. COM has completely changed the way I see things by teaching me to always look further than what meets the eye!"