Yes, we all work for organizations, but who do you really work for? Who is at the center of your creation, activity, and effort.
In the end, I work for my students. They are at the center of my efforts and practice. They are the muse that energize, motivate, and direct my work. I enjoy serving their needs and helping them grow. That's why I became a teacher.
In schools, I believe that the students should have center stage--they should be the focus of our work, both independent and collaborative. If students are not the central consideration, then there's a problem to analyze and solve.