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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: 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: 14 Jun 22

By Manuel Perez Gomez for Enlivening Edge Magazine People perform at their best when they have clarity on their roles and understand how they connect to a bigger purpose. They do their best when they feel supported by their teams and have the freedom to make decisions, experiment, and discover themselves at work. At the Global Teal Meetup, we can explore the concepts of evolutionary purpose, self-management, and wholeness and learn how to use them to build more impactful, human-centered organizations. Here we can challenge our assumptions about work and human nature, interact with experts on different subjects, and create …

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By Manuel Perez Gomez for Enlivening Edge Magazine People perform at their best when they have clarity on their roles and understand how they connect to a bigger purpose. They do their best when they feel supported by their teams and have the freedom to make decisions, experiment, and discover themselves at work. At the Global Teal Meetup, we can …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 9 Jun 22

By Joost Minnaar and originally published at corporate-rebels.com Both Zappos.com & Bol.com are online retailers. Around 2015, each launched transformation journeys inspired by Holacracy. While they share similarities, the journeys were quite different. What do these pioneers teach us, five years down the road? The similarities Zappos is American and Bol is Dutch, but the similarities are striking: Both are e-commerce players Both were founded in 1999 Both are owned by larger retail organizations (Zappos by Amazon, Bol by Ahold/Delhaize) Both generate annual revenues of $2.5B to $3.0B Both have between 1,500 and 2,000 staff Both started a transformation around …

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By Joost Minnaar and originally published at corporate-rebels.com Both Zappos.com & Bol.com are online retailers. Around 2015, each launched transformation journeys inspired by Holacracy. While they share similarities, the journeys were quite different. What do these pioneers teach us, five years down the road? The similarities Zappos is American and Bol is Dutch, but the similarities are striking: Both are …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 30 Apr 22

By Diederick Janse, Guest writer for Corporate Rebels, and originally published at corporaterebels.com Methods are useful. They are like a recipe, encoding the lessons learned by others and helping us avoid common pitfalls. They also carry a risk, however. We tend to get attached to our methods, blinding us to whatever doesn’t fit. I speak from experience. In 2007 I discovered Holacracy, a method for running an organization differently (these days it’s called self-organization or self-management). I went all-in. I got trained, wrote a book (Dutch, English), and co-founded a company. I became one of those pesky evangelists that believe their method is the …

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By Diederick Janse, Guest writer for Corporate Rebels, and originally published at corporaterebels.com Methods are useful. They are like a recipe, encoding the lessons learned by others and helping us avoid common pitfalls. They also carry a risk, however. We tend to get attached to our methods, blinding us to whatever doesn’t fit. I speak from experience. In 2007 I …

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

We at Enlivening Edge would like to call your attention to this upcoming event of our next-stage organizational ecosystem partner. Sociocracy for All’s 5th annual Global Sociocracy Conference 2022 – Online and multilingual April 27th, 2022    12:30 – 20:00 UTC ✸ The practice of inner sociocracy ✸ Cross-connections in sociocracy ✸ Sociocracy at the workplace ✸ Paradigm shifting ✸ Sociocracy roleplaying games ✸ Restorative practices ✸ Self -managed teams ✸ Human resources in sociocracy ✸ Power dynamics ✸ Diversity and inclusion ✸ Facilitation practices ✸ Permaculture and sociocracy ✸ Integrating objections ✸ Somatic practices ✸ Exploring power and transparency ✸ Playing …

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We at Enlivening Edge would like to call your attention to this upcoming event of our next-stage organizational ecosystem partner. Sociocracy for All’s 5th annual Global Sociocracy Conference 2022 – Online and multilingual April 27th, 2022    12:30 – 20:00 UTC ✸ The practice of inner sociocracy ✸ Cross-connections in sociocracy ✸ Sociocracy at the workplace ✸ Paradigm shifting ✸ Sociocracy roleplaying …

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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

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: 18 Apr 22

By Lead Together The Book and originally published on YouTube #strategy #entreprenuership #scaling Organizations plan in two ways: predicting the future and then aiming to control outcomes or sensing what’s changing and responding accordingly. The former continues to rule the day, but progressive leaders see that predictions have become less reliable. With this knowledge, they are shifting how their organizations set strategy. In this video, Lead Together co-authors Brent Lowe, Susan Basterfield and Travis Marsh share insights into how self-managing organizations adopt a bold approach to strategy. They discuss: – Sense and respond vs predict and control in strategy – …

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By Lead Together The Book and originally published on YouTube #strategy #entreprenuership #scaling Organizations plan in two ways: predicting the future and then aiming to control outcomes or sensing what’s changing and responding accordingly. The former continues to rule the day, but progressive leaders see that predictions have become less reliable. With this knowledge, they are shifting how their organizations …

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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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