The overwrought claims—and actual promise—of the next generation of self-managed teams !
In fact self-management models are intricately nested. A holacracy circle, for example, may contain several subcircles, each with subcircles of its own. At Zappos the General Company Circle—the only circle not nested within another—has 18 subcircles, and the average number of subcircles is 1.8.
Fouad Bendris’s insight:
What Self-Managed Organizations Look Like – Given their origins in self-managed teams, it’s not surprising that self-managed organizations have similar codes of conduct: Members share accountability for the work, authority over how goals are met, discretion over resource use, and ownership of information and knowledge related to the work …
Source:: Strategy & Governance