Holacracy is a fundamentally different “operating system” for organizations — it revolutionizes how a company is structured, how decisions are made, and how power is distributed. http://holacracy.org
Continuous learning process creates need for knowledge transfer between Holacracy adopters
Neither bossless, nor flat; a simple explanation of this new way of working
What does it look like?
A reflection on comments about Github and Julie Horvath
Repeat after me: Holacracy® is highly structured
Generating shared clarity with Holacracy
Scott Noakes shares his experience implementing Holacracy in his 35 people software development company.
Assumption-free for connected minds
Interview With The “CEO” of David Allen Company
What can companies expect when they adopt Holacracy?
The following is an edited transcript of a conversation between myself and Ewan Townhead and Diederick Janse, two founders of Waking Up the…
A Search Algorithm For Finding Good Organizational Designs
In this transcription from a Q&A session in our Community of Practice, Brian answers a question from participant Nick Osborne about why…
Shifting the Karpman Drama Triangle
How Holacracy® was born
Why Aren’t More Companies Doing Self-Management?
The keys to Holacracy’s distribution of power
I often receive requests or invitations via e-mail, which are sent to me as an individual but are really about the work of HolacracyOne as…
Imagine an organization where everyone, from the top to the bottom, had a voice and a right to use it in any decision.
One of the exciting things to me about working in HolacracyOne (the organization behind Holacracy®) is that we eat our own dog food, as the…
A company running with Holacracy will still have Human power dynamics
The Tip of the Iceberg
A Response to Steve Denning’s “Making Sense of Zappos and Holacracy”
A study into the new management trend for 2014. Fad or the future?
Making Sense of Steve Denning’s Analysis
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