You want to change the world? Fantastic idea! So how would you want to start? I for myself have taken the attempt several times. I am not sure if I have changed many things in the world, but I can tell, that my world has changed a lot since then. [continue…]
There are 10 essential components for a self-management transformation: (1) transparency (2) no hierarchy (3) teams (4) no privileges (5) salary balance (6) no controls (7) measure & track (8) shared decision-making (9) no layoffs (10) profit share
“Let’s say you are at a company with 10 people; price’s law states that approximately 3 people will be responsible for half of the productivity of value. Scale that out to 100 and now it’s 10 people who are responsible for half the productivity of value. Now scale that to [continue…]
A write up of some exciting and astonishing discussions experienced in the Meetup “Dare the impossible: Cross-functional teams with end to end ownership” of the Agile Munich group.
When talking about agile and agility, we should not forget that we are talking a lot about culture, values, and identity. Irrespective if we start an agile transition from top to bottom or from bottom to top, we need to understand that we have to take a lot of people [continue…]
“Moving the responsibility for change from a hierarchy to a network is a transformation that is best stimulated by a network, not by a hierarchy.”