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

What if your boss says to make your business unit work without managers? Lessons learned!

What if your boss says to make your business unit work without managers? Lessons learned!


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

How do reinvented organizations that move by sense-and-respond deal with budgeting as predict-and-control?

How do reinvented organizations that move by sense-and-respond deal with budgeting as predict-and-control?


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 11 Sep 22

How does bottom-line success in a next-stage organization require both meaning and purpose to inform each other and integrate with strategy?

How does bottom-line success in a next-stage organization require both meaning and purpose to inform each other and integrate with strategy?


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 11 Sep 22

Here’s your chance to see hardwon wisdom, including the ups and downs, of starting to use sociocracy to govern a social movement organization.

Here’s your chance to see hardwon wisdom, including the ups and downs, of starting to use sociocracy to govern a social movement organization.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 28 Aug 22

Which capacities build personal and organizational resilience and also successful embodiment of next-stage consciousness?

Which capacities build personal and organizational resilience and also successful embodiment of next-stage consciousness?


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 5 Aug 22

By Sarah Maximilian and originally published by corporate-rebels In German-speaking countries, “New Pay” has been used recently for compensation approaches in agile or self-organising environments. But a study by New Pay Collective and the Pforzheim University shows most of the New Pay ideas can be effective more widely. What does it take to promote a working world that serves people and not the other way round? Or, what prevents people from following their convictions and finding their professional passion/calling? One big influence is the way they are paid. We often don’t do things for money but, like it or not, …

Is There A Need For New Pay? If So, For Whom? Read More »

By Sarah Maximilian and originally published by corporate-rebels In German-speaking countries, “New Pay” has been used recently for compensation approaches in agile or self-organising environments. But a study by New Pay Collective and the Pforzheim University shows most of the New Pay ideas can be effective more widely. What does it take to promote a working world that serves people …

Is There A Need For New Pay? If So, For Whom? Read More »


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 31 Jul 22

By Anne Cross for Enlivening Edge Magazine Anne Cross reflects, following Enlivening Edge’s April Third Thursday Community Conversation which was about the concept of “belonging” as related to ourselves and our work. As human beings our need to belong is strong. For companionship we play together, make love together, stay together for the protection of our children. Communities have developed their own flavour, values, rituals, and creeds—all to define who belongs. As evolved leaders we recognise that through time the values, leadership models, and key emotional drivers have changed with each new paradigm of organizational design. The ‘Traditional’ (known as …

Enlivening Edge Community Conversation on Belonging in TEAL Organizations Read More »

By Anne Cross for Enlivening Edge Magazine Anne Cross reflects, following Enlivening Edge’s April Third Thursday Community Conversation which was about the concept of “belonging” as related to ourselves and our work. As human beings our need to belong is strong. For companionship we play together, make love together, stay together for the protection of our children. Communities have developed …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 28 Jul 22

Lisa Gill interviews Matt Perez, originally published at leadermorphosis.co 44 minutes 49 seconds Listen here. Matt Perez realised that his successful career as a boss in a Silicon Valley tech company had made him a worse person and so he co-founded Nearsoft in 2007 to be a company that works for everyone. His recent book, Radical Companies Without Bosses or Employees, takes self-organisation one step further to include co-ownership so that people aren’t dependent on what he calls ‘enlightened monarchs.’ We talk about what he’s been learning, including the development of a distribution mechanism that decentralises ownership and supports egalitarian and …

Leadermorphosis Ep. 74: Matt Perez on Going from a Flat Hierarchy to a Radical Company without Bosses or Employees Read More »

Lisa Gill interviews Matt Perez, originally published at leadermorphosis.co 44 minutes 49 seconds Listen here. Matt Perez realised that his successful career as a boss in a Silicon Valley tech company had made him a worse person and so he co-founded Nearsoft in 2007 to be a company that works for everyone. His recent book, Radical Companies Without Bosses or Employees, …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 28 Jul 22

By Frederic Laloux and originally published here at thejourney.reinventingorganizations.com Frederic Laloux looks at Strategic Planning in a Teal World Today we often plan much more that we need to. From that it’s not far to the typical misunderstanding: planning is bad! ​It’s not. There are simply two pitfalls to avoid: planning too much and believing our plans. 6 mins 11 secs Comment guidelines (for original site of publication) 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 …

Laloux’s Insights: Evolutionary Purpose – Should We Stop Planning? Read More »

By Frederic Laloux and originally published here at thejourney.reinventingorganizations.com Frederic Laloux looks at Strategic Planning in a Teal World Today we often plan much more that we need to. From that it’s not far to the typical misunderstanding: planning is bad! ​It’s not. There are simply two pitfalls to avoid: planning too much and believing our plans. 6 mins 11 secs Comment …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 20 Jul 22

Travis Marsh, co-author of Lead Together book interviews Edwin Jansen about the Role Advice Process originally available on YouTube. Note from Enlivening Edge Magazine: If you missed Edwin talking about this powerful method at the recent Global Teal Meetup, catch it here. Travis discusses the Role Advice Process (RAP) with its creator, Edwin Jansen. Edwin shares his experience implementing the RAP at Fitzii, a self management startup within the Ian Martin Group, and then, transitioning it to be applied to the larger company. Edwin shows us the beauty behind this process which allows us to discover abilities and opportunities. He …

Lead Together Conversations – Edwin Jansen on the Role Advice Process (RAP) Read More »

Travis Marsh, co-author of Lead Together book interviews Edwin Jansen about the Role Advice Process originally available on YouTube. Note from Enlivening Edge Magazine: If you missed Edwin talking about this powerful method at the recent Global Teal Meetup, catch it here. Travis discusses the Role Advice Process (RAP) with its creator, Edwin Jansen. Edwin shares his experience implementing the …

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