Learning to decide when to lead and when to follow is a constant practice in taking up and giving authority.
You work in a team of skilled professionals. Yet somehow, things are not running smoothly. There is a lack
This series is about purpose-driven organizations. In this first part, Paula Nordhauzen from Energized.org discusses the benefits of a clear
A self-organization company is where no one has power over others. No one ‘manages’ others, all roles and circles lead themselves. In service of purpose.
Our company had to go from start-up to scale-up, but how?’ Pitrik van der Lubbe talks about his company’s struggles, choices and challenges.
Steven Bakker is a seasoned entrepreneur, who often asked himself 'what prevents people from contributing their knowledge and expertise to their work?' As if something changes when they switch the threshold of the office. This is Steven's search for the enterpreneur mindset of employees.
Eva-Maria Zoll worked in a Holacracy-driven organization for about 2.5 years. She reflects on positive influences and challenges.
Gijs Dullaert of Aimms on dropping CEO title, adopting self-management approach
What does your company contribute to the world? By putting purpose at the heart of the organization, you can all work towards the same common goal, step by step. These organizations already do it.
You can take any tension you sense and use Holacracy as the 'vehicle' for moving things forward.