Cut the bullshit: organizations with no hierarchy don’t exist
Francesca Pick

A recent experience in a healthcare organization with a “facilitator” boss was disappointing. The accountability framework that hold team members accountable became eroded, and roles and responsibilities remained undefined. The latter was more to do with the facilitator’s dislike of position descriptions and clearly defined roles and responsibilities. This kind of organization is less flexible and less able to undergo continuous improvement than an organization with clear accountabilities and clearly defined delegated responsibilities.

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