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Articles by our clients
- 8 challenges to overcome when adopting Holacracy
By Ruben Timmerman on Medium. “First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then everybody is suddenly very productive. I’d like to summarize some challenges we encountered. Spoiler: it can be great, it will be misunderstood and it is quite hard!”
- Can Holacracy improve your social venture?
Article by Frits Jergitschi of Impact Hub Wenen. “Some people dream of being the boss. But what if your workplace had no boss at all? Since September 2013, Impact Hub Vienna employs a holacratic structure of governance after a long quest for the right organizational structure”
- Purpose as a collective practice
Impact Hub Amsterdam. “Impact Hub Amsterdam designs and energizes organizational roles in service of purpose using Holacracy—an organizational model that gives greater autonomy to individuals within their roles and focuses on roles cohesion.”
- Why we started using Holacracy
By Doron Nethe, CEO People’s Playgrond. Experiences after three months of Holacracy. “Team members are better aware of their changing roles and accountabilities (mostly set by themselves), which creates a lot of clarity and gives more focus on priorities.”
- The rules of the game
By Joris Engbers of Spindle. Why Spindle chose Holacracy. “Holacracy as I see it, is essentially a corpus of game rules to organize work. In the next few months Koen and Diederick will show us how they think that this game should be played.”
- Netcentric embraces Holacracy
“We began our implementation with the help of Holacracy coaches Diederick Janse and Koen Bunders from the Netherlands, who have set-up, facilitated, and supervised our ongoing transformation”
You can find more in the series of articles where we share stories of people who practice Holacracy.