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

Podcast with Susan Basterfield and Scott Riddell, originally published at leadtogether Purpose When we lead together, it becomes easier to notice the purpose that’s guiding us, because we start to pay attention to it.  It’s in the coming together, in creating what only this group of people can create that we can find an aligned purpose. But not at the expense of the humans, never at the expense of the people in the system. When we lead together, it becomes easier to notice the purpose that’s guiding us, because we start to pay attention to it.  Understanding that it’s not …

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Podcast with Susan Basterfield and Scott Riddell, originally published at leadtogether Purpose When we lead together, it becomes easier to notice the purpose that’s guiding us, because we start to pay attention to it.  It’s in the coming together, in creating what only this group of people can create that we can find an aligned purpose. But not at the …

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

Rhea Ong Yiu interviews Henry Goldsmid, originally published at liveforward.institute Outline/summary by Enlivening Edge Magazine Learn about how the book Reinventing Organizations was translated into Portuguese and became a best-seller in Brazil. Did you know there are over 200 Teal initiatives in Brazil, many ready to share their inspiring stories with the rest of the world? Teal Brazil is a self-managed Teal non-profit organization of over 20 active participants and a community of over a thousand people, being a catalyst for the movement for the last six years. Why are companies gatting interested and what barriers do they face? How …

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Rhea Ong Yiu interviews Henry Goldsmid, originally published at liveforward.institute Outline/summary by Enlivening Edge Magazine Learn about how the book Reinventing Organizations was translated into Portuguese and became a best-seller in Brazil. Did you know there are over 200 Teal initiatives in Brazil, many ready to share their inspiring stories with the rest of the world? Teal Brazil is a …

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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: 16 Jun 22

By Gideon Rosenblatt and originally published at alchemyofchange.net This is Part 1 of a 2-part article. We can learn a lot about organizations from biology. In my last post, I wrote about how the membrane of the cell provides a new perspective on the way organizations connect with the world around them. I closed that piece by noting that the “intelligence of the [cell’s] membrane is a metaphor for something very specific and very real…something that exists in every organization…” This post picks up on that topic of organizational intelligence and what the science of living systems tells us about …

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By Gideon Rosenblatt and originally published at alchemyofchange.net This is Part 1 of a 2-part article. We can learn a lot about organizations from biology. In my last post, I wrote about how the membrane of the cell provides a new perspective on the way organizations connect with the world around them. I closed that piece by noting that the …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 16 Jun 22

By Gideon Rosenblatt and originally published at alchemyofchange.net This is Part 2 of a 2-part article. Read Part 1 here. Super Elastic, Super Fantastic Membrane There’s another turn in the story though, and it’s one I’ve touched on in previous posts. This membrane that the organization uses to connect with its environment is made up of people, but it isn’t just limited to the employees of the organization. “Orders of engagement” is a framework for extending the membrane to include customers and partners who are also engaged in the work of the organization. First-order engagement is management engaging employees in …

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By Gideon Rosenblatt and originally published at alchemyofchange.net This is Part 2 of a 2-part article. Read Part 1 here. Super Elastic, Super Fantastic Membrane There’s another turn in the story though, and it’s one I’ve touched on in previous posts. This membrane that the organization uses to connect with its environment is made up of people, but it isn’t …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 14 Jun 22

By Samantha Slade for Enlivening Edge Magazine An exploration into fresh and equitable approaches to pay How can compensation systems embody the values and culture of an organization? How might we take into account the relational aspect in financial distribution? What does it take for compensation to feel fair? Questioning traditional compensation systems and assumptions is about addressing systemic inequities and dealing with the organizational challenges that are spurring the Great Resignation. It is also about trying to take new economic theory such as Kate Raworth’s Doughnut Economics into practice. Percolab is a horizontal employee-owned business that functions as a lab …

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By Samantha Slade for Enlivening Edge Magazine An exploration into fresh and equitable approaches to pay How can compensation systems embody the values and culture of an organization? How might we take into account the relational aspect in financial distribution? What does it take for compensation to feel fair? Questioning traditional compensation systems and assumptions is about addressing systemic inequities and …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 14 Jun 22

By Manuel Perez Gomez for Enlivening Edge Magazine People perform at their best when they have clarity on their roles and understand how they connect to a bigger purpose. They do their best when they feel supported by their teams and have the freedom to make decisions, experiment, and discover themselves at work. At the Global Teal Meetup, we can explore the concepts of evolutionary purpose, self-management, and wholeness and learn how to use them to build more impactful, human-centered organizations. Here we can challenge our assumptions about work and human nature, interact with experts on different subjects, and create …

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By Manuel Perez Gomez for Enlivening Edge Magazine People perform at their best when they have clarity on their roles and understand how they connect to a bigger purpose. They do their best when they feel supported by their teams and have the freedom to make decisions, experiment, and discover themselves at work. At the Global Teal Meetup, we can …

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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 …

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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: 9 Jun 22

By Leen Gorissen and originally published at https://www.naturalintelligence.info/ Despite endless change and disruption, massive upheaval and cosmic collisions, nature has survived the worst of times and thrived in the best of them for 3.8 billion years. She knows what works, what lasts and what contributes to the future of life on Earth. She is the undisputed master of continuous innovation, adaptation and, ultimately, regeneration. What if we would tap into the NI that stood the test of time to fast track innovation so that we can develop new capabilities, build agile, creative and responsible organisations and healthy and resilient cities …

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By Leen Gorissen and originally published at https://www.naturalintelligence.info/ Despite endless change and disruption, massive upheaval and cosmic collisions, nature has survived the worst of times and thrived in the best of them for 3.8 billion years. She knows what works, what lasts and what contributes to the future of life on Earth. She is the undisputed master of continuous innovation, …

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

By Frederic Laloux and originally published  on Reinventing Organizations Before you start your adventure, this question more than any other might help you chart the course: how far are you willing to go, what risks are you willing to take? 8 minutes 26 seconds. Comment guidelines My hope is for the comments below the video to surface our collective wisdom on the topic. This could enrich the videos tremendously. Have you experienced something similar in your own journey? What did you do about it? If you have something meaty to share, please add[on the original publication webpage] a link to an …

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By Frederic Laloux and originally published  on Reinventing Organizations Before you start your adventure, this question more than any other might help you chart the course: how far are you willing to go, what risks are you willing to take? 8 minutes 26 seconds. Comment guidelines My hope is for the comments below the video to surface our collective wisdom on …

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