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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 24 Feb 24

Frederic Laloux’s monumentally popular book Reinventing Organizations: A Guide to Creating Organizations Inspired by the Next Stage of Human Consciousness launched the Teal Organization movement worldwide, as well as being the inspiration for creating Enlivening Edge. According to the book’s website it has sold way over 800,000 copies and is considered by many to be the most influential management book of its decade. A testimony to its influence is not only the many consultants, groups, organizations “going Teal,” and conferences, worldwide, but its translation into at least 19 languages. Enlivening Edge Magazine is fortunate to be able to bring you

Frederic Laloux’s monumentally popular book Reinventing Organizations: A Guide to Creating Organizations Inspired by the Next Stage of Human Consciousness launched the Teal Organization movement worldwide, as well as being the inspiration for creating Enlivening Edge. According to the book’s website it has sold way over 800,000 copies and is considered by many to be the most influential management book


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 30 Jan 24

Marcus Druen interviews Elvin Turner,  originally published at https://leadingaudaciouschange.buzzsprout.com 1 hour 12 minutes 45 seconds Listen here. Today I am speaking with Elvin Turner. Elvin is an award-winning innovation expert and associate professor of innovation, entrepreneurship and marketing for MBA and executive education programmes. He has coached hundreds of corporate innovation initiatives around the world, coaching leaders in some of the world’s most innovative organisations in the finance, technology, music, drinks and publishing industries to overcome the many barriers that they face when trying to turn new ideas into action. His new book is called “Be Less Zombie: How great

Marcus Druen interviews Elvin Turner,  originally published at https://leadingaudaciouschange.buzzsprout.com 1 hour 12 minutes 45 seconds Listen here. Today I am speaking with Elvin Turner. Elvin is an award-winning innovation expert and associate professor of innovation, entrepreneurship and marketing for MBA and executive education programmes. He has coached hundreds of corporate innovation initiatives around the world, coaching leaders in some of


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 15 Nov 23

Lisa Gill interviews Miquel, Blanca and Pau originally published at leadermorphosis.co 65 minutes 42 seconds Listen here. Deerns Spain, a team of around 60 engineers, has been on a transformation journey since March 2020. Inspired by K2K Emocionando, they now work without managers which means that everyone is “creating our company all the time”. I talked to Miquel Castellvi (General Coordinator), Blanca Capdevila (People & Culture) and Pau Riera (Commitment Coordinator) who shared stories about how they changed their organisational structure, their self-managing salary process, giving feedback and dealing with conflicts, and the role of the Values and Culture team. Resources: Deerns

Lisa Gill interviews Miquel, Blanca and Pau originally published at leadermorphosis.co 65 minutes 42 seconds Listen here. Deerns Spain, a team of around 60 engineers, has been on a transformation journey since March 2020. Inspired by K2K Emocionando, they now work without managers which means that everyone is “creating our company all the time”. I talked to Miquel Castellvi (General Coordinator), Blanca


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 27 Sep 23

By Joost Minnaar and originally published on corporate rebels So, I recently came across an old tweet of Jurgen Appelo, in which he asks: “Apart from Holacracy, the “Spotify model” and Liquid Organization, what other frameworks/models do you know for adaptable org structures?” It made me reflect on all the different “adaptable organizational structures” we’ve come across over the last years. Here is the (not so exhaustive) list I managed to come up with
. for now. 10 Progressive Organizational Structures (and Their Companies) To keep things a bit more manageable, I’ve only listed the progressive organizational structures that are rooted

By Joost Minnaar and originally published on corporate rebels So, I recently came across an old tweet of Jurgen Appelo, in which he asks: “Apart from Holacracy, the “Spotify model” and Liquid Organization, what other frameworks/models do you know for adaptable org structures?” It made me reflect on all the different “adaptable organizational structures” we’ve come across over the last


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 12 Sep 23

Marcus Druen interviews Gerald Mitterer  originally published at leadingaudaciouschange.buzzsprout.com 1 hour 7 minutes 54 seconds Listen here In this episode I am speaking with Gerald Mitterer. Gerald is a founding member of dwarfs and Giants, an innovative organization design and strategy partner for the 21st century. He is also member of the extended board at Welser Profile, a pioneer in steel profiles and tubes with 2,500 employees. If I ever had a platonic crush on a fellow practitioner, it would be Gerald – I am sure you’ll appreciate his clarity and precision when talking about Wholeness at the Level of Organisations (our

Marcus Druen interviews Gerald Mitterer  originally published at leadingaudaciouschange.buzzsprout.com 1 hour 7 minutes 54 seconds Listen here In this episode I am speaking with Gerald Mitterer. Gerald is a founding member of dwarfs and Giants, an innovative organization design and strategy partner for the 21st century. He is also member of the extended board at Welser Profile, a pioneer in


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 18 Aug 23

By Travis Marsh and originally published at thetealteam.com Enlivening Edge is happy to be an affiliate ecosystem partner recommending this program. I can’t keep track of how many times I’ve done it. Drawn up a list of Teal or Teal-like organizations. Described their various affiliations. Noted their industry, size, and location. Named their leaders. Written down why they or others think their practices are Teal-y. I’ve probably done this a dozen times over the past several years. Several times as I co-wrote books such as Lead Together: The Bold, Brave, Intentional Path to Scaling Your Business. Sometimes to help friends

By Travis Marsh and originally published at thetealteam.com Enlivening Edge is happy to be an affiliate ecosystem partner recommending this program. I can’t keep track of how many times I’ve done it. Drawn up a list of Teal or Teal-like organizations. Described their various affiliations. Noted their industry, size, and location. Named their leaders. Written down why they or others


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 16 Jul 23

Lisa Gill interviews Douglas Rauch and Jessica Rauch originally published at leadermorphosis.co EE Magazine Editor comment: For another article on this company see here. 52 minutes 01 seconds Listen here. Douglas Rauch was thinking of selling his construction business until he read Reinventing Organisations by Frederic Laloux. After that, Aquadec went on a transformation journey to becoming a self-managing company. Douglas and his daughter Jessica share the ups and downs of this process over the last five years, including why their initial approach was a spectacular failure, why it was an inner shift that ended up making the difference, and something called

Lisa Gill interviews Douglas Rauch and Jessica Rauch originally published at leadermorphosis.co EE Magazine Editor comment: For another article on this company see here. 52 minutes 01 seconds Listen here. Douglas Rauch was thinking of selling his construction business until he read Reinventing Organisations by Frederic Laloux. After that, Aquadec went on a transformation journey to becoming a self-managing company. Douglas and


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 16 Jun 23

By Timm Urschinger, Pim de Morree and Rhea Ong Joy Yiu and originally published at LIVEsciences Living Room Conversations Timm was the storyteller for the First Thursday Enlivening Edge Community Conversation on June 1, relating how it was for him to build a Teal organization while being a control freak. Here are other EE Magazine articles about or by Timm. Excuse us for this interruption of our regular programming. This is a special episode of our Living Room Conversations. We have something to say and we’d love to invite you to come and listen. Our couch will be flanked by

By Timm Urschinger, Pim de Morree and Rhea Ong Joy Yiu and originally published at LIVEsciences Living Room Conversations Timm was the storyteller for the First Thursday Enlivening Edge Community Conversation on June 1, relating how it was for him to build a Teal organization while being a control freak. Here are other EE Magazine articles about or by Timm.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 19 May 23

By Perttu Salovaara  and originally published at corporate-rebels.com Instead of self-management, Columbia Road, the digital sales agency based in Finland, replaces traditional hierarchy with community-led practices. What are these? Columbia Road, the Nordic digital sales agency with 150+ employees, describes itself as a flat-hierarchy organisation. Instead of self-management – which creates an image of endless individual freedom – they talk about community-led organizing. “For us, ‘self-managed’ gave a wrong connotation. Not everybody does their own thing or works in silos. We usually work in cross-competence teams, and in client environments where collaboration is key to success. The Finnish word yhteisöohjautuvuus, which

By Perttu Salovaara  and originally published at corporate-rebels.com Instead of self-management, Columbia Road, the digital sales agency based in Finland, replaces traditional hierarchy with community-led practices. What are these? Columbia Road, the Nordic digital sales agency with 150+ employees, describes itself as a flat-hierarchy organisation. Instead of self-management – which creates an image of endless individual freedom – they talk


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 10 Apr 23

Note from EE Magazine: We recently published an update about an orgnization that had a positive evolution over the years. It’s a nice contrast to this sad story of Zappos. By Joost Minnaar and originally published on corporate rebels Last month, I wrote a short piece about how Southwest Airlines was failing its once world-famous status as a progressive firm. Unfortunately, we have another: Zappos, once the American poster child of a pioneering organization, seems to have reverted to the traditional management practices of its mother company, Amazon. And it’s a shame. Last month, Zappos laid off 300 employees—almost 20%

Note from EE Magazine: We recently published an update about an orgnization that had a positive evolution over the years. It’s a nice contrast to this sad story of Zappos. By Joost Minnaar and originally published on corporate rebels Last month, I wrote a short piece about how Southwest Airlines was failing its once world-famous status as a progressive firm.


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