Holacracy: Unleash Entrepreneurship in your Team
How can the entrepreneurial spirit and culture scale beyond start-up size? Holacracy® offers a radical new answer to this question, in the form of a set of tested and customizable self-management practices. With Holacracy in place, every team member gains the ability to make meaningful decisions and drive change in service of the organization’s purpose. In addition to clarifying agreements and expectations, and increasing transparency, the Holacracy approach promises to fundamentally rewire your organization’s approach to power.
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We need to re-look at our organization structures so that the emerging culture allows for more effective ways of using power.
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1. The purpose is the new Boss
2. Autonomy: Everyone is a Leader (but lead roles not people)
3. Create Fractal structures (not Hierarchical or Flat)
4. Power vested in rules (not people)
5. Dynamic org structure that evolves (instead of rigid top-down ones)
Brian Robertson - Experience HolacracyBrian RobertsonPioneerHolacracy
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Experience Holacracy for yourself!
The workshop introduces the theory and practice of Holacracy, a new way of structuring, governing, and running a company. Holacracy fundamentally changes how decisions are made and how power is distributed. The goals of Holacracy are bold: make your organization more agile and responsive, increase clarity —that means to determine who does what, expects what, and decides what—minimize 'office politics', and enable deeper employee engagement and empowerment.