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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 21 Jun 22

Originally published at http://autogestao.camp/ Introduction by Enlivening Edge Magazine What’s happening in the worldwide Teal movement in Brazil? This Open Space unconference will offer many examples. Camp 2022 is an unconference where we can live in a self-managed environment for a few days. This year’s Camp will be held at Fazenda Forquilha, in SĂŁo Paulos’s countryside about 2, 5 hours from our capital. The participants will bring talks, experiences and activities revolving around Target Teal’s O2, Holacracy and self-management approaches in general. Using Open Space social technology, we will have a basic structure for creating the agenda where everyone is …

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Originally published at http://autogestao.camp/ Introduction by Enlivening Edge Magazine What’s happening in the worldwide Teal movement in Brazil? This Open Space unconference will offer many examples. Camp 2022 is an unconference where we can live in a self-managed environment for a few days. This year’s Camp will be held at Fazenda Forquilha, in SĂŁo Paulos’s countryside about 2, 5 hours …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 9 Jun 22

By Joost Minnaar and originally published at corporate-rebels.com Both Zappos.com & Bol.com are online retailers. Around 2015, each launched transformation journeys inspired by Holacracy. While they share similarities, the journeys were quite different. What do these pioneers teach us, five years down the road? The similarities Zappos is American and Bol is Dutch, but the similarities are striking: Both are e-commerce players Both were founded in 1999 Both are owned by larger retail organizations (Zappos by Amazon, Bol by Ahold/Delhaize) Both generate annual revenues of $2.5B to $3.0B Both have between 1,500 and 2,000 staff Both started a transformation around …

Two Large-Scale Holacracy Experiments: Zappos.com vs. Bol.com Read More »

By Joost Minnaar and originally published at corporate-rebels.com Both Zappos.com & Bol.com are online retailers. Around 2015, each launched transformation journeys inspired by Holacracy. While they share similarities, the journeys were quite different. What do these pioneers teach us, five years down the road? The similarities Zappos is American and Bol is Dutch, but the similarities are striking: Both are …

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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: 30 Apr 22

By Diederick Janse, Guest writer for Corporate Rebels, and originally published at corporaterebels.com Methods are useful. They are like a recipe, encoding the lessons learned by others and helping us avoid common pitfalls. They also carry a risk, however. We tend to get attached to our methods, blinding us to whatever doesn’t fit. I speak from experience. In 2007 I discovered Holacracy, a method for running an organization differently (these days it’s called self-organization or self-management). I went all-in. I got trained, wrote a book (Dutch, English), and co-founded a company. I became one of those pesky evangelists that believe their method is the …

Holacracy: A Framework, Not A Blueprint Read More »

By Diederick Janse, Guest writer for Corporate Rebels, and originally published at corporaterebels.com Methods are useful. They are like a recipe, encoding the lessons learned by others and helping us avoid common pitfalls. They also carry a risk, however. We tend to get attached to our methods, blinding us to whatever doesn’t fit. I speak from experience. In 2007 I …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 1 Feb 22

By  Dennis Wittrock and originally published at Medium.com This is Part 3 of a three part article – see Part 1 here and Part 2  here. Click on the topic/tag below, Decentralized Autonomous Organization, to see other articles on this topic How Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAO) can benefit from operating as a For-Purpose Enterprise™ (FPE) Part 3: Synergies Between DAOs And FPEs As we explored in the previous articles, there are a lot of commonalities between DAOs and FPEs. In this article let’s have a closer look at what the obvious points of synergy between both models are. What FPEs …

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By  Dennis Wittrock and originally published at Medium.com This is Part 3 of a three part article – see Part 1 here and Part 2  here. Click on the topic/tag below, Decentralized Autonomous Organization, to see other articles on this topic How Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAO) can benefit from operating as a For-Purpose Enterprise™ (FPE) Part 3: Synergies Between DAOs …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 25 Jan 22

By  Dennis Wittrock and originally published at Medium.com This is Part 2 of a 3-part article – see EE Magazine’s republication of Part 1 here, and Part 3 soon. How Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAO) can benefit from operating as a For-Purpose Enterprise™ (FPE) Part 2: There Has To Be A Better Way … And Somebody Already Found It Meanwhile, in another corner of the organizational innovation space, there exists a different lineage and tradition of self-organization that has been around since 2016 and shares many similar features with DAOs: purpose-driven / commons-driven distributed authority, peer-to-peer values individual liberty creates strong …

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By  Dennis Wittrock and originally published at Medium.com This is Part 2 of a 3-part article – see EE Magazine’s republication of Part 1 here, and Part 3 soon. How Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAO) can benefit from operating as a For-Purpose Enterprise™ (FPE) Part 2: There Has To Be A Better Way … And Somebody Already Found It Meanwhile, in …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 15 Dec 21

By  Joost Minnaar and originally published at Corporate Rebels. Roughly five years ago, we loaded into a campervan and drove throughout California to visit companies like Google, Morning Star and Patagonia. We wanted to learn everything about their unique ways of doing things. While most of this trip occurred in California, we also wound up making a side-trek into Nevada to visit Zappos at their headquarters in Las Vegas. It was an interesting experience—they had been working with Holacracy for some time, and employees’ opinions about that organizational experiment were a somewhat mixed bag. Some liked it; most were skeptical. …

Zappos’ Evolution: From Holacracy to Market-Based Dynamics Read More »

By  Joost Minnaar and originally published at Corporate Rebels. Roughly five years ago, we loaded into a campervan and drove throughout California to visit companies like Google, Morning Star and Patagonia. We wanted to learn everything about their unique ways of doing things. While most of this trip occurred in California, we also wound up making a side-trek into Nevada …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 15 Dec 21

By Energized.org and originally published at Energized.org  Holacracy has been evolving from the day it was created by Brian Robertson. Right now, in Feb 2021, the newest version of the Holacracy Constitution is about to be released. During a Meetup on Feb 9th Brian shared the big changes between version 4.1, which most organizations use right now, and 5.0. Both can be found on GitHub (v5.0). The Constitution holds all Holacracy rules. As Diederick Janse from Energized.org mentioned, “What sets Holacracy apart from other forms of self-organization is that it is rule-based. Compared to principles it is less sexy, and yet it …

Hello, Holacracy Constitution Version 5.0! What’s New? Read More »

By Energized.org and originally published at Energized.org  Holacracy has been evolving from the day it was created by Brian Robertson. Right now, in Feb 2021, the newest version of the Holacracy Constitution is about to be released. During a Meetup on Feb 9th Brian shared the big changes between version 4.1, which most organizations use right now, and 5.0. Both …

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

By  Pim de Morree and originally published at Corporate Rebels These days, there seems to be a massive interest in less hierarchical, more liberated approaches to work. “Agile,” sociocracy, Holacracy, “teal,” self-management, and other management techniques are now of great interest to a growing number of companies around the world. As you probably would have expected, we believe this to be a very positive thing. These approaches—when done well—have the power to boost all sorts of good, desirable things, such as: motivation purpose engagement autonomy productivity profit And the list goes on and on. The popularity contest Unfortunately, there is …

When Agile, Self-Management, And Holacracy Fail Read More »

By  Pim de Morree and originally published at Corporate Rebels These days, there seems to be a massive interest in less hierarchical, more liberated approaches to work. “Agile,” sociocracy, Holacracy, “teal,” self-management, and other management techniques are now of great interest to a growing number of companies around the world. As you probably would have expected, we believe this to …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 8 Nov 21

Lisa Gill interviews Pasteur Byabeza, originally published at leadermorphosis.co Leadermorphosis is a podcast exploring the emerging world of self-management and progressive organisations. Hosted by Lisa Gill, each episode features a guest thought leader or practitioner offering a unique perspective on new and innovative ways of working. Pasteur Byabeza is the lead link of the Student Care Circle at Davis College, a higher learning institution in Rwanda. He is one of the pioneers who has been driving the college’s transition to becoming a self-managed, Holacratic organisation. Though they are early in their journey, taking steps like disbanding the global council and replacing …

Leadermorphosis Ep. 65 – Pasteur Byabeza on Transitioning to Self-management at Davis College, Rwanda Read More »

Lisa Gill interviews Pasteur Byabeza, originally published at leadermorphosis.co Leadermorphosis is a podcast exploring the emerging world of self-management and progressive organisations. Hosted by Lisa Gill, each episode features a guest thought leader or practitioner offering a unique perspective on new and innovative ways of working. Pasteur Byabeza is the lead link of the Student Care Circle at Davis College, a …

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