You Don’t Need to Adopt Holacracy to Get Some of Its Benefits

You Don’t Need to Adopt Holacracy to Get Some of Its Benefits

By Fouad Bendris

Today, a few organizations are adopting a radically different, approach to management: holacracy. Even as someone who has studied alternative management movements, I’ve been skeptical about holacracy, which eschews the standard “org chart” for a system of interlocking “circles.”

While strategy is often seen as a cerebral, rational exercise, the truth is that to a great extent your mission drives your strategy. Management theorists have called a firm’s mission its strategic intent, because it serves as an organizing principle !

Fouad Bendris’s insight:
The basics of informal management – Holacracy continuously adapts through a series of “governance meetings” that reallocate roles and responsibilities …

Source:: Strategy & Governance

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