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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 13 Apr 24

By Lisa Gill and originally published on Corporate Rebels Hiring people in a self-managing organization can be tricky. Bossless organizations may seem like a dream, but once people start working in this way, they realize how challenging it can be. When it doesn’t work out, it can be painful and costly for both the organization and the individual. So, is there a way to provide potential hires with a more accurate picture of what they’re signing up for before accepting a job offer? Here’s an example of one way to do that. The first self-managing organization I visited was the

By Lisa Gill and originally published on Corporate Rebels Hiring people in a self-managing organization can be tricky. Bossless organizations may seem like a dream, but once people start working in this way, they realize how challenging it can be. When it doesn’t work out, it can be painful and costly for both the organization and the individual. So, is


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 13 Apr 24

By Ted Rau of sociocracyforall and originally an email There are two and a half major changes that sociocracy brings to organizations. more clarity on who decides what more clarity on how we decide more clarity on how to decide who decides what (and who decides who decides what) Of course, all those parts are interconnected. For example, if a group is not clear about what it can decide, it will likely bounce around and have a hard time coming to any decision. Futhermore, if decision-making domains aren’t aligned well with the doings of the organization, then it will be

By Ted Rau of sociocracyforall and originally an email There are two and a half major changes that sociocracy brings to organizations. more clarity on who decides what more clarity on how we decide more clarity on how to decide who decides what (and who decides who decides what) Of course, all those parts are interconnected. For example, if a


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 7 Mar 24

By Susan Basterfield and Brent Lowe and Travis Marsh, originally published on Youtube If you want people to make the same decisions that you would make, but in a more scalable way, they need to have the same information that you have. In our fast-paced world, members of our teams need to make increasingly complex decisions more often. Transparency ensures everyone has the information to make good decisions and it requires more than just the free flow of data. Decision-making requires the capacity to turn information into meaningful, actionable insights. Done well, transparency can boost business results, breed trust, help

By Susan Basterfield and Brent Lowe and Travis Marsh, originally published on Youtube If you want people to make the same decisions that you would make, but in a more scalable way, they need to have the same information that you have. In our fast-paced world, members of our teams need to make increasingly complex decisions more often. Transparency ensures


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 26 Feb 24

By Emmanuellle Abensur and published as one article at holaspirit.com This is Part 1 of a 3-part article. Part 1 covers all-in-one tools. Part 2 is here, covering collaboration and documentation tools, and data visualization tools. Part 3 is here, covering project management and OKR tools, and meeting management tools. In this article, we’ve compiled a list of the 14 best self-management tools that are either all-in-one or best-of-breed solutions (i.e, tools that are specialized in certain areas). Implementing self-management is a great way to foster a sense of ownership, empowerment and accountability among teams. However, you need to have

By Emmanuellle Abensur and published as one article at holaspirit.com This is Part 1 of a 3-part article. Part 1 covers all-in-one tools. Part 2 is here, covering collaboration and documentation tools, and data visualization tools. Part 3 is here, covering project management and OKR tools, and meeting management tools. In this article, we’ve compiled a list of the 14


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 26 Feb 24

By Emmanuellle Abensur and published as one article at holaspirit.com This is Part 2 of a 3-part article, covering collaboration and documentation tools, and data visualization tools. Part 1 here covers all-in-one tools. Part 3 is here, covering project management and OKR tools, and meeting management tools. Collaboration and documentation tools Collaboration and documentation tools are a great way to improve teamwork and share information among self-organized teams. Those tools can include various features, such as chatting, video conferencing, co-edition of documents, wikis and content pages. 4. Talkspirit Talkspirit is an all-in-one collaboration and communication tool that can help you

By Emmanuellle Abensur and published as one article at holaspirit.com This is Part 2 of a 3-part article, covering collaboration and documentation tools, and data visualization tools. Part 1 here covers all-in-one tools. Part 3 is here, covering project management and OKR tools, and meeting management tools. Collaboration and documentation tools Collaboration and documentation tools are a great way to


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 26 Feb 24

By Emmanuellle Abensur and published as one article at holaspirit.com This is Part 3 of a 3-part article. This part covers project management and OKR tools, and meeting management tools. Part 1 here covers all-in-one tools. Part 2 is here, covering collaboration and documentation tools, and data visualization tools. Project management and OKR tools Among self-management tools, there are also specific solutions for project management and OKR planning (which is a key aspect of many methodologies). Read on if that’s what you’re looking for! 10. Asana Asana is a project management tool that helps you set goals, manage resources, build

By Emmanuellle Abensur and published as one article at holaspirit.com This is Part 3 of a 3-part article. This part covers project management and OKR tools, and meeting management tools. Part 1 here covers all-in-one tools. Part 2 is here, covering collaboration and documentation tools, and data visualization tools. Project management and OKR tools Among self-management tools, there are also


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 10 Feb 24

By Brent Lowe and Susan Basterfield and originally published at leadtogether.co Some of the questions that often come up when we talk about organizations that lead together, who don’t have managers in the traditional sense are “What happens when there’s a team member that’s causing a problem? Or “What happens when there’s somebody that the organization needs to let go of?” In this blog post, Lead Together co-authors Brent Lowe and Susan Basterfield share their thoughts on how self-managing organizations could approach exiting colleagues. Question: What are some of the common exit paths Brent Lowe: I’ll start by talking about

By Brent Lowe and Susan Basterfield and originally published at leadtogether.co Some of the questions that often come up when we talk about organizations that lead together, who don’t have managers in the traditional sense are “What happens when there’s a team member that’s causing a problem? Or “What happens when there’s somebody that the organization needs to let go


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 10 Feb 24

By Mark Eddleston and originally published in July 2022 at newswaysofworking.substack.com This newsletter is approaching two years old already, and there have been quite a few hits! With so many new subscribers, and because some popular editions may have been buried in your busy inboxes, I thought it would be helpful to share the posts that have proved most popular and helpful so far. So dig into whichever sounds most appealing to you, share any favourites with your team, and #DoTryThisAtWork! Understanding Complexity & Organisations (article) Management is much simpler when we understand the nature of the system we are

By Mark Eddleston and originally published in July 2022 at newswaysofworking.substack.com This newsletter is approaching two years old already, and there have been quite a few hits! With so many new subscribers, and because some popular editions may have been buried in your busy inboxes, I thought it would be helpful to share the posts that have proved most popular


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 23 Jan 24

Enlivening Edge Magazine Editor’s note: Cecile Green will be the featured Storyteller in the Deepening Our Resonance conversation among Enlivening Edge Community Hub members on February 1. She’ll share her personal journey of studying power and how to distribute it. Click here to join the Hub by January 30. See also her EE Magazine article on navigating Founder’s Syndrome. Originally published on YouTube There are so many of us attempting to move our world to a healthier place, and even with the growing networks, we remain not only largely uncoordinated but are also having to split our precious attention resources

Enlivening Edge Magazine Editor’s note: Cecile Green will be the featured Storyteller in the Deepening Our Resonance conversation among Enlivening Edge Community Hub members on February 1. She’ll share her personal journey of studying power and how to distribute it. Click here to join the Hub by January 30. See also her EE Magazine article on navigating Founder’s Syndrome. Originally


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 19 Jan 24

By Frederic Laloux and originally published at thejourney.reinventingorganizations.com Frederic Laloux looks at the work of Coaches, Consultants and Facilitators. I often get the question: what’s the best way to convince the CEO I’m working with to adopt the kind of management described in your book? ​Here is my answer. You might not like it at first, but I believe it will bring you to a deeper and more beautiful relationship with your client. 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

By Frederic Laloux and originally published at thejourney.reinventingorganizations.com Frederic Laloux looks at the work of Coaches, Consultants and Facilitators. I often get the question: what’s the best way to convince the CEO I’m working with to adopt the kind of management described in your book? ​Here is my answer. You might not like it at first, but I believe it


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