I am wondering first off, if there is a level of organization that would allow both "informal" and "formal" groups to bump elbows in mass struggles.
Second, is it even worth the time? Is there enough in common to justify working together, or is there just way too much difference between the two?
Could the style of informal, decentralized workplace organizing (direct expropriation of goods, slacking off, sabotage) popular with folks influenced by IA blend well with the syndicalism-influenced model of "direct unionism" (not relying on formal recognition by institutions like the NLRB or company, not going after contracts but instead immediate needs) currently being discussed by some Wobblies???
"The core of these models, the shop committees, to some extent already exist in informal work groups. Thus this organizing model develops not out of some purely theoretical framework, but out of how work and workers are organized by capital." (http://libcom.org/library/informal-work-groups-resistance-sunrise-shift
I am coming from a more anti-civ perspective so I have my reservations about the world that some syndicalists hope to live in (urbanism, factories, specialization of labor, intensive agriculture etc), but it seems to me that at the current time, there is just too much at stake to let particulars get in between what we share in common (undoing of class society).