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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 24 Nov 22

Laloux’s solution to the common situation of a CEO not willing to reinvent the entire organization: changemakers create a small innovation space.

Laloux’s solution to the common situation of a CEO not willing to reinvent the entire organization: changemakers create a small innovation space.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 18 Nov 22

Methods and tools used by three large organizations deal with task allocation, leadership, decisions, and coordination.

Methods and tools used by three large organizations deal with task allocation, leadership, decisions, and coordination.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 10 Nov 22

In the summer of 2020, at the height of the Covid pandemic, America was raging at the death of George Floyd and violent protests took place in multiple cities. In… View Post The post The Curious Leaderlessness of Modern Movements appeared first on Areo.

In the summer of 2020, at the height of the Covid pandemic, America was raging at the death of George Floyd and violent protests took place in multiple cities. In… View Post The post The Curious Leaderlessness of Modern Movements appeared first on Areo.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 23 Aug 22

How is vulnerability one of the capacities needed by anyone for leadership and success in functioning in a self-managed organization?

How is vulnerability one of the capacities needed by anyone for leadership and success in functioning in a self-managed organization?


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 …

Laloux’s Insights: If the CEO is NOT on Board – How Far Are You Willing to Go? Read More »

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

By Joost Minnaar and originally published at corporate-rebels.com Around the year 1900, rats were a huge problem in Hanoi, Vietnam — known then as French Indochina. The colonial government came up with a new public policy to solve the problem: a citywide rat bounty program. In an effort to encourage the local entrepreneurial spirit, and to provide locals with a new source of income, the government started to pay citizens to kill rats. But since the colonial rulers didn’t want to be bothered with the task of rat corpse disposal, they decided to pay a bounty of one cent to …

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By Joost Minnaar and originally published at corporate-rebels.com Around the year 1900, rats were a huge problem in Hanoi, Vietnam — known then as French Indochina. The colonial government came up with a new public policy to solve the problem: a citywide rat bounty program. In an effort to encourage the local entrepreneurial spirit, and to provide locals with a …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 8 Mar 22

By Frederic Laloux and originally published  on Reinventing Organizations Remember the two conditions for a company-wide transformation: the CEO must get it and want it, and so must the Board.  If the CEO is not on board, a wholesale transformation is off the table, because we’re talking not about a set of management tools, but a whole new way of looking at the world. But you might still bring about beautiful changes within your own sphere of influence.  9 minutes 5 sections. Comment guidelines My hope is for the comments below the video to surface our collective wisdom on the …

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By Frederic Laloux and originally published  on Reinventing Organizations Remember the two conditions for a company-wide transformation: the CEO must get it and want it, and so must the Board.  If the CEO is not on board, a wholesale transformation is off the table, because we’re talking not about a set of management tools, but a whole new way of …

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

By Joost Minnaar and originally published on Corporate Rebels Imagine a company that is future-proof and ready for the world after the COVID-19 pandemic. Imagine a company that is dynamic, risk-taking, adventurous, rapidly moving, entrepreneurial, sharing profits, flexible, and growing fast. This all sounds like a startup, right? Not necessarily. It can also be the characteristics of a subsidiary of a larger company. At least, that is what the case of Haier Germany shows us. Making Haier Germany future-proof all started with the Rendanheyi model. Never heard of the Rendanheyi model? Please first check the animation below. Rendanheyi Why is …

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By Joost Minnaar and originally published on Corporate Rebels Imagine a company that is future-proof and ready for the world after the COVID-19 pandemic. Imagine a company that is dynamic, risk-taking, adventurous, rapidly moving, entrepreneurial, sharing profits, flexible, and growing fast. This all sounds like a startup, right? Not necessarily. It can also be the characteristics of a subsidiary of …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 24 Nov 21

New uses for sensors are being created all the time; from marinas using them to increase safety by guiding yachts boats into place to taps in the public toilets. Animals are also being used as sensors. There’s a type of bird whose migration pattern can predict when hurricanes will hit months in advance. Estimates based on these birds’ migration patterns are even better than that of meteorologists.  As humans we rely on our senses to understand the world around us. We can process a lot of sensory information and integrate it with prior knowledge. Our neuron’s electrochemical impulses travel so …

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New uses for sensors are being created all the time; from marinas using them to increase safety by guiding yachts boats into place to taps in the public toilets. Animals are also being used as sensors. There’s a type of bird whose migration pattern can predict when hurricanes will hit months in advance. Estimates based on these birds’ migration patterns …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 20 May 21

Ten Lessons from Covid for Stepping into the Decade of TransformationIn 1989, a few months before the Berlin Wall would collapse, I was co-leading an international student group in a program called Peace Studies Around the World that took us to East and West Berlin. In discussions with some of the leaders of the civil rights and opposition movements in East Berlin, I witnessed with my own eyes how even the very people who were on the frontlines of forces that eventually would bring down the Berlin Wall — effectively ending the cold war system — had no idea what a far-reaching impact their …

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Ten Lessons from Covid for Stepping into the Decade of TransformationIn 1989, a few months before the Berlin Wall would collapse, I was co-leading an international student group in a program called Peace Studies Around the World that took us to East and West Berlin. In discussions with some of the leaders of the civil rights and opposition movements in …

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