Holacracy® in the Netherlands

What is Holacracy and how does it work? We combine personal stories with useful facts about this new system to organize work in a self-organizing organization. Holacracy brings transparancy, entrepreneurship, liberty and equity to organizations.

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Compensation in self-organization, ‘the conversation should be about content’

When practicing Holacracy, employees don't have a function title but a unique package of roles. How do you determine how every person should be compensated? Holacracy is one of the possibilities to give structure to self-organization, among other things by introducing roles. This is guaranteed to trigger the issue of reward. And as with more issues, Holacracy does not answer it, but it does offer the tools to do something with that trigger.

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The Holacracy journey of Enreach

It’s the story of a boys’ dream. Stijn Nijhuis and Koen van Geffen were childhood neighbors. They started their company in the attic and now run a successful international business that’s scaling up fast and now having already 425 employees working with Holacracy internationally in just a few years.

“There has to be another way” | An introduction to S3 and Holacracy

What are the similarities and differences between Holacracy® and Sociocracy 3.0 (S3)? Why do organizations choose these styles of self-organization as an alternative to the traditional management hierarchy? The professionals from Rebelwise and Energized.org have years of experience in the field of self-organization. Therefore both organizations did research to look for the similarities and differences between S3 and Holacracy. During a meetup we collected information and enriched the data with the insights of practitioners and experts.

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Enabling more change in organizations

Evolution of the main Holacracy tool: the Constitution. One of the differences between 4.1 and 5.0 is that there will be no more distinction between a role and a circle.