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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 24 Mar 24

Thomas Hübl interviews Frederic Laloux,  originally published on Point of Relation Podcast – YouTube On Point of Relation podcast, Thomas is joined by celebrated business thinker, social entrepreneur, Founder of “The Week”, and author of Reinventing Organizations, Frederic Laloux. They discuss how hierarchy relies on certain people having power over others, and how this concept is antithetical to our true human nature, despite being deeply ingrained in society. They explore Frederic’s work to help organizations shift to a “self-managing” model, and what it takes to get people on board. Frederic has learned that by bringing people together to surface their

Thomas Hübl interviews Frederic Laloux,  originally published on Point of Relation Podcast – YouTube On Point of Relation podcast, Thomas is joined by celebrated business thinker, social entrepreneur, Founder of “The Week”, and author of Reinventing Organizations, Frederic Laloux. They discuss how hierarchy relies on certain people having power over others, and how this concept is antithetical to our true


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 7 Mar 24

By Susan Basterfield and Brent Lowe and Travis Marsh, originally published on Youtube If you want people to make the same decisions that you would make, but in a more scalable way, they need to have the same information that you have. In our fast-paced world, members of our teams need to make increasingly complex decisions more often. Transparency ensures everyone has the information to make good decisions and it requires more than just the free flow of data. Decision-making requires the capacity to turn information into meaningful, actionable insights. Done well, transparency can boost business results, breed trust, help

By Susan Basterfield and Brent Lowe and Travis Marsh, originally published on Youtube If you want people to make the same decisions that you would make, but in a more scalable way, they need to have the same information that you have. In our fast-paced world, members of our teams need to make increasingly complex decisions more often. Transparency ensures


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 10 Feb 24

By Mark Eddleston and originally published in July 2022 at newswaysofworking.substack.com This newsletter is approaching two years old already, and there have been quite a few hits! With so many new subscribers, and because some popular editions may have been buried in your busy inboxes, I thought it would be helpful to share the posts that have proved most popular and helpful so far. So dig into whichever sounds most appealing to you, share any favourites with your team, and #DoTryThisAtWork! Understanding Complexity & Organisations (article) Management is much simpler when we understand the nature of the system we are

By Mark Eddleston and originally published in July 2022 at newswaysofworking.substack.com This newsletter is approaching two years old already, and there have been quite a few hits! With so many new subscribers, and because some popular editions may have been buried in your busy inboxes, I thought it would be helpful to share the posts that have proved most popular


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 10 Oct 23

By Charlie Efford and originally published on Linkedin As I started to tune into the idea of conscious leadership (and the plethora of related ideas), my first thought was – how do I define what a conscious leader is? Once I had a definition, I could create a model and teach people how to become one. Logical, rational and completely aligned with a reductionist view of the world. (The idea that we can explain everything by understanding its component parts). Conscious leadership needs time to emerge I set off on my quest and read lots of articles that confidently stated

By Charlie Efford and originally published on Linkedin As I started to tune into the idea of conscious leadership (and the plethora of related ideas), my first thought was – how do I define what a conscious leader is? Once I had a definition, I could create a model and teach people how to become one. Logical, rational and completely


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 3 Oct 23

By Jasper Rienstra and originally published on Synnervate Changemakers HOLACRACY®  EXPERIENCES AND CASES Here is a list of 200+ organizations worldwide that practice Holacracy. It’s impossible to know how many organisations are using Holacracy because not every Holacracy-powered organization publicises their practice, but all of the organizations in this map have agreed to share This white paper (14 pages) describes 5 Dutch case studies. In this article you can read about the experiences of one of the first large government agencies that practice Holacracy, Washington Technology Solutions (WaTech). Luscii, a Dutch Health Care Organization, reports in this article about their experiences after 3 years of practicing Holacracy

By Jasper Rienstra and originally published on Synnervate Changemakers HOLACRACY®  EXPERIENCES AND CASES Here is a list of 200+ organizations worldwide that practice Holacracy. It’s impossible to know how many organisations are using Holacracy because not every Holacracy-powered organization publicises their practice, but all of the organizations in this map have agreed to share This white paper (14 pages) describes 5 Dutch case


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 5 Sep 23

Mathias Holmgrem interviews Bonnitta Roy,  originally published as a single article on crisp.se Bonnitta Roy was one of the keynote speakers at last year’s Agile People Sweden conference and she also held a course here at Crisp last February on self-organization beyond the team using Open Participatory Organizations (OPO), which was very well received by our course attendants. She is coming back to Stockholm in November and we got the opportunity to sit down with her and ask some questions about open participation and her work on the future of organizational life. What is open participation and why does it matter in

Mathias Holmgrem interviews Bonnitta Roy,  originally published as a single article on crisp.se Bonnitta Roy was one of the keynote speakers at last year’s Agile People Sweden conference and she also held a course here at Crisp last February on self-organization beyond the team using Open Participatory Organizations (OPO), which was very well received by our course attendants. She is coming


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 5 Sep 23

Mathias Holmgrem interviews Bonnitta Roy, originally published as a single article on crisp.se Part 1 of this article is here. Can you give us a short introduction of your experience and what you enjoy working with? I have always been fascinated with the natural world. As I child I would spend summer evenings watching ants come and go, carrying their eggs, building their nests, foraging for food and occasionally squabbling over territory. This led to an attraction toward natural systems design in gardening and farming, but also as it applies to companies, education and community associations. I studied neuroscience and

Mathias Holmgrem interviews Bonnitta Roy, originally published as a single article on crisp.se Part 1 of this article is here. Can you give us a short introduction of your experience and what you enjoy working with? I have always been fascinated with the natural world. As I child I would spend summer evenings watching ants come and go, carrying their


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 16 Jul 23

By Radical Purpose and originally published at radicalpurpose.org “I believe in standardizing automobiles. I do not believe in standardizing human beings. — Albert Einstein, Physicist Collaboration is a fundamental part of the future of work. When we remove the Force Paradigm, it becomes clear we need new ways of seeing and interacting with each other. The new world of collaboration requires that we co-create new tools. We have co-created an open-source Collaborative Operating Agreement as a way to facilitate the development of new collaboratives. The Collaborative Project is an open-source project to co-create Needs-Paradigm-based collaboratives to demonstrate the benefits and

By Radical Purpose and originally published at radicalpurpose.org “I believe in standardizing automobiles. I do not believe in standardizing human beings. — Albert Einstein, Physicist Collaboration is a fundamental part of the future of work. When we remove the Force Paradigm, it becomes clear we need new ways of seeing and interacting with each other. The new world of collaboration


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 27 Jun 23

By Aaron Dignan and originally published on medium.com The Ready See the book Brave New Work and this previous EE Magazine article. A new and improved tool for reinventing your organization – Part 1 Organization design is hard. Whether you’re the CEO of a global corporation, the founder of a startup, or a team leader inside one of the tens of thousands of companies that make our world turn, you’re up against one of the greatest puzzles ever conceived. We see evidence of this everywhere we look. Corporate longevity is down. Employee engagement is dismal. Leaders from every industry and

By Aaron Dignan and originally published on medium.com The Ready See the book Brave New Work and this previous EE Magazine article. A new and improved tool for reinventing your organization – Part 1 Organization design is hard. Whether you’re the CEO of a global corporation, the founder of a startup, or a team leader inside one of the tens


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 27 Jun 23

By Aaron Dignan and originally published on medium.com The Ready See the book Brave New Work and this previous EE Magazine article. A new and improved tool for reinventing your organization – Part 2 Part 1 of this article is here. Coinciding with the release of Brave New Work, we are now releasing the OS Canvas 2.0. You can download a high-resolution PDF of the canvas (complete with instructions for a simple-but-effective OS work session) at our website: theready.com/os-canvas. Exploring The OS Canvas First off, let me be clear that the canvas is not a mutually exclusive or comprehensively exhaustive framework. Reducing a complex

By Aaron Dignan and originally published on medium.com The Ready See the book Brave New Work and this previous EE Magazine article. A new and improved tool for reinventing your organization – Part 2 Part 1 of this article is here. Coinciding with the release of Brave New Work, we are now releasing the OS Canvas 2.0. You can download a high-resolution PDF


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