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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 31 Jul 22

By Ted J. Rau and originally published on medium.com Author’s Note for Enlivening Edge Magazine readers: Many organizations want to “partner” when they get excited about each other’s visions and activities. Yet, partnering can mean very different things – between shared operations and partnerships that only express mutual support on the websites. What’s tricky about partnerships is that they typically exist between particular units of organizations, especially when those organizations are self-organized. This article by Ted Rau lays out the different versions of partnerships and shows how they work in self-organized contexts.  Note from Enlivening Edge Magazine: Here is a …

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By Ted J. Rau and originally published on medium.com Author’s Note for Enlivening Edge Magazine readers: Many organizations want to “partner” when they get excited about each other’s visions and activities. Yet, partnering can mean very different things – between shared operations and partnerships that only express mutual support on the websites. What’s tricky about partnerships is that they typically …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 7 Jul 22

Lead Together Podcast Maria Ross with Brent Lowe and Susan Basterfield, originally published at theempathyedge.com  Innovation is such a buzzword in many companies and organizations, but how often do we think about innovating our organizations and the way they run? What if your organization had no managers? What if everyone was committed to a mission, stepped up to lead, and collaborated effectively, with honesty, to get things done and move forward? It’s not a pipe dream. It’s possible and many organizations are making it happen with great results today. In my conversation today with Brent Lowe and Susan Basterfield, two …

Lead Together Conversations: How Innovative Organizations Lead and Scale – No Managers Required Read More »

Lead Together Podcast Maria Ross with Brent Lowe and Susan Basterfield, originally published at theempathyedge.com  Innovation is such a buzzword in many companies and organizations, but how often do we think about innovating our organizations and the way they run? What if your organization had no managers? What if everyone was committed to a mission, stepped up to lead, and …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 13 May 22

Lisa Gill interviews Ravi Resck, originally published at leadermorphosis.co 55 minutes 4 seconds Listen here. Ravi Resck was born to hippy parents in Brazil, became a computer network engineer, and then travelled the world as a guitarist, discovering a love of facilitation and social design. Today he goes by tags like hacktivist, org designer, facilitator, and systems mapper, sharing social technologies with others in a fun and accessible way. He works as a consultant at Target Teal, a collective exploring new ways of working, including an open-source fork of Holacracy called Organic Organization (or O2). We talk about why he …

Leadermorphosis EP. 73: Ravi Resck on Social Systems That Foster Win-Win-Win Relationships Read More »

Lisa Gill interviews Ravi Resck, originally published at leadermorphosis.co 55 minutes 4 seconds Listen here. Ravi Resck was born to hippy parents in Brazil, became a computer network engineer, and then travelled the world as a guitarist, discovering a love of facilitation and social design. Today he goes by tags like hacktivist, org designer, facilitator, and systems mapper, sharing social …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 23 Dec 21

By Norbert Netten for Enlivening Edge Magazine You are reading this article by looking at a screen. That screen is your interface. It’s the direct result of processes that take place within your tablet, phone, or computer. These processes are not visible. They are the result of well-functioning software and a stable operating system. Now, let’s use the way your device works as an analogy to look at how teams and organizations function well. The interface of a team or organization is what you see and perceive as their output. It is their behavior and the quality of their services …

The Importance of a Well-functioning ‘Operating System’ – The Overlooked Aspect of Teamwork and Collaboration Read More »

By Norbert Netten for Enlivening Edge Magazine You are reading this article by looking at a screen. That screen is your interface. It’s the direct result of processes that take place within your tablet, phone, or computer. These processes are not visible. They are the result of well-functioning software and a stable operating system. Now, let’s use the way your …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 17 Nov 21

By Manuel Perez Gomez for Enlivening Edge Magazine The Global Teal Meetup is an opportunity to explore concepts like wholeness, self-management, and evolutionary purpose and how we can leverage them to improve organizational structures and collaboration dynamics. In this space, Teal practitioners and enthusiasts(1) can share their visions, experiences, and best practices through presentations, Q&As, and group breakouts. The idea of creating these quarterly events came from the global Teal Around The World conferences, hosted by The Teal Network, which connect communities across the US, Europe, and Asia/Australia. You can register for the upcoming Global Teal Meetups for the Americas …

Global Teal Meetup December 9: Building a Collaborative Team Culture Read More »

By Manuel Perez Gomez for Enlivening Edge Magazine The Global Teal Meetup is an opportunity to explore concepts like wholeness, self-management, and evolutionary purpose and how we can leverage them to improve organizational structures and collaboration dynamics. In this space, Teal practitioners and enthusiasts(1) can share their visions, experiences, and best practices through presentations, Q&As, and group breakouts. The idea …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 9 Feb 21

The making of an amazing online courseNati and I are putting the finishing touches on the course design for our guided learning program: Patterns for Decentralised Organising. I’m feeling totally jazzed because I reckon this will be our best training yet. In this post I wanna share some of the details about our pedagogy and curriculum in case you’re curious about how and what we teach.ApproachIn an earlier post I explained the pedagogical approach we were using for our face-to-face workshops in 2017, based on the neuroscience of learning explained in Sharon Bowman’s excellent book Training From the Back of the Room.Essentially our …

Transformative Learning is all about Practice & Connection Read More »

The making of an amazing online courseNati and I are putting the finishing touches on the course design for our guided learning program: Patterns for Decentralised Organising. I’m feeling totally jazzed because I reckon this will be our best training yet. In this post I wanna share some of the details about our pedagogy and curriculum in case you’re curious about …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 13 Oct 20

Running the Finances for our Freelancers Collective with One Awesome SpreadsheetThis is partly a tutorial about how to make awesome spreadsheets, and it is partly about how we manage a flexible profit-sharing agreement for our collective of freelancers (The Hum). If you’re familiar with “microsolidarity”, this is the point where things get really spicy: sharing money between peers.We currently have 3 partners in our collective, and we sell a combination of consulting services and digital products. We have a separate profit-share agreement for each product and each consulting job. The idea is that anything we sell through the company makes a …

Sharing Money With Friends: What Could Go Wrong? Read More »

Running the Finances for our Freelancers Collective with One Awesome SpreadsheetThis is partly a tutorial about how to make awesome spreadsheets, and it is partly about how we manage a flexible profit-sharing agreement for our collective of freelancers (The Hum). If you’re familiar with “microsolidarity”, this is the point where things get really spicy: sharing money between peers.We currently have 3 …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 13 Oct 20

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 13 Oct 20

Running the Finances for our Freelancers Collective with One Awesome SpreadsheetThis is partly a tutorial about how to make awesome spreadsheets, and it is partly about how we manage a flexible profit-sharing agreement for our collective of freelancers (The Hum). If you’re familiar with “microsolidarity”, this is the point where things get really spicy: sharing money between peers.We currently have 3 partners in our collective, and we sell a combination of consulting services and digital products. We have a separate profit-share agreement for each product and each consulting job. The idea is that anything we sell through the company makes a …

Sharing Money With Friends: What Could Go Wrong? Read More »

Running the Finances for our Freelancers Collective with One Awesome SpreadsheetThis is partly a tutorial about how to make awesome spreadsheets, and it is partly about how we manage a flexible profit-sharing agreement for our collective of freelancers (The Hum). If you’re familiar with “microsolidarity”, this is the point where things get really spicy: sharing money between peers.We currently have 3 …

Sharing Money With Friends: What Could Go Wrong? Read More »


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 19 Jun 20

Eryx cooperativeCase study | As humans embark deeper into the digital age, it is increasingly vital for companies to embrace communication tools, apps, and platforms. Behind almost every successful venture there is a team of software experts.That’s why companies like Eryx are vital to today’s market. Most organizations don’t have the capacity to build their own software in-house, so Eryx becomes their external team that delivers custom, high-quality software, as well as market research, and consulting.Eryx is an Argentine company that serves a wide variety of businesses in North and South America.One of their clients helps renters in Argentina get the backing …

How a revolutionary idea was implemented with ease Read More »

Eryx cooperativeCase study | As humans embark deeper into the digital age, it is increasingly vital for companies to embrace communication tools, apps, and platforms. Behind almost every successful venture there is a team of software experts.That’s why companies like Eryx are vital to today’s market. Most organizations don’t have the capacity to build their own software in-house, so Eryx becomes …

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