In our day to day work much of it is taken up by organisation, in the factory, the office. In our place of work we are paid to organise, the work flow, with each other, our daily tasks. Organisation is fundamental to peoples day to day living. Yet to many the idea of organising around an issue, a campaign, in their community seems alien to them. There is no difference in organising a business and organising to campaign against one. The ideas that you are trying to inculcate are different but the processes is much the same, and the skills learned can be adapted to new uses.

What is useful to tackle most social problems are:

Some common goals

What are the common goals and how do we go about them. What needs to be done first and how do we achieve the goals most efficiently?

Overarching aims

What are our overarching aims, what is important to us and affects the most of us. What are our most common problems or issues?

Allocating responsibility

How do we achieve these aims, organise the work and make sure we get things done?
Movement building

Who else is doing this. What could be learned. How others could use our experience.

Creating a legacy. How can these things combine to help build a sustainable movement?

These questions, (which you can add your own,) could be equally asked by a chief executive of a business, a trade union, a small community group, or the parents of a small family. The same way as a mother or parents organise their week, month, year, holidays, new shoes, clothes, when to buy, individual family needs, discussions about, agreements, targets, budgets, planning is the same process a corporation uses all be it towards different ends.

We would hardly expect to manage our day to day lives without some kind of organisational structure. It would follow we can not expect to gain positive social change without the same.

We will not get very far though using the masters tools to take down the masters house. We need to build our own institutions using the tools we have available to us. Economic systems that are understandable and meet our needs and our values.
These things are nothing new and can be learned and have been fundamental to working class progress all over the world for centuries and can be learned simply by doing them.