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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: 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: 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 …

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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: 25 Apr 22

By Frederic Laloux and originally published here at thejourney.reinventingorganizations.com This video is about what might look like a point of detail… but a revealing one! I’m not a big fan of the word “vision”. Rather than developing a vision for the organization, can we hear a call for where the organization wants to go? The difference, as subtle as it might sound, is fundamental to me. 4 minutes 3 seconds Comment guidelines My hope is for the comments below the video[on the original publication webpage] to surface our collective wisdom on the topic. This could enrich the videos tremendously. Have you experienced …

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By Frederic Laloux and originally published here at thejourney.reinventingorganizations.com This video is about what might look like a point of detail… but a revealing one! I’m not a big fan of the word “vision”. Rather than developing a vision for the organization, can we hear a call for where the organization wants to go? The difference, as subtle as it might sound, …

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

Written collectively for Enlivening Edge Magazine This year we ask the core “calling question:” “What are the unimagined possibilities in our future of work?”. Exploring new ways for us to work is at the heart of our annual upcoming global Future of Work 24 Hours unconference May 12th & 13th. The initial call back in 2020 was to “Explore Our Potential for Disruption”. In those early days of pandemic-induced remote work, the vision for a global, remote Open Space event which would span all time zones emerged, and the Future of Work 24 Hours was born. Founders April Jefferson and …

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Written collectively for Enlivening Edge Magazine This year we ask the core “calling question:” “What are the unimagined possibilities in our future of work?”. Exploring new ways for us to work is at the heart of our annual upcoming global Future of Work 24 Hours unconference May 12th & 13th. The initial call back in 2020 was to “Explore Our …

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

By Optimi  and originally published at Optimi.co.nz In human-centred, decentralised organisations, autonomy is encouraged to empower people to do their best work. However when people are able to choose the way they work, making sure information flows well across the organisation can be a challenge! I’m a systems and processes nerd and have been experimenting with the #futureofwork as part of the Enspiral network for the last ten years. I’ve seen some of the best and worst approaches to making the information flow, here’s a few common themes and what to do about them. Three problems that arise from new ways of …

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By Optimi  and originally published at Optimi.co.nz In human-centred, decentralised organisations, autonomy is encouraged to empower people to do their best work. However when people are able to choose the way they work, making sure information flows well across the organisation can be a challenge! I’m a systems and processes nerd and have been experimenting with the #futureofwork as part …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 12 Mar 22

Brent Lowe, co-author of Lead Together book interviews Simon Wakeman of The Panoply, originally available on YouTube. In this conversation, Brent reconnects with Simon Wakeman, Chief Operating Officer at UK Based Technology and Design firm, The Panoply. As their organization has experienced rapid organic growth, one of the things Simon finds really interesting about his role is understanding how all the different companies in The Panoply work together and how different organizational cultures and different organizational models enable the team to orient themselves more effectively around clients. Brent and Simon discuss: What decision making looks like in organizations embracing greater …

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Brent Lowe, co-author of Lead Together book interviews Simon Wakeman of The Panoply, originally available on YouTube. In this conversation, Brent reconnects with Simon Wakeman, Chief Operating Officer at UK Based Technology and Design firm, The Panoply. As their organization has experienced rapid organic growth, one of the things Simon finds really interesting about his role is understanding how all …

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

By Alia Aurami for Enlivening Edge Magazine EE Magazine readers get your 15% discount “promo code” below. Enlivening Edge is pleased to be an Organizing Partner of this upcoming third online Teal Around the World Festival, organized by folks from The Teal Network. Read an inspiring story of how this gathering first got started several years ago from a spontaneous impulse to talk about Teal. Remember a short while ago EE Magazine asked you, our readers, to send us news of happenings? Here we bring to you, several important happenings, the first starting March 3 (actually 11 PM March 2, …

Enlivening Edge Magazine Editorial February 2022 – Largest Teal Gathering, March 2-4 Read More »

By Alia Aurami for Enlivening Edge Magazine EE Magazine readers get your 15% discount “promo code” below. Enlivening Edge is pleased to be an Organizing Partner of this upcoming third online Teal Around the World Festival, organized by folks from The Teal Network. Read an inspiring story of how this gathering first got started several years ago from a spontaneous …

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