Harold Jarche features Chee Chin Liew’s presentation on moving from hierarchies to teams at BASF. It shows how IT Services used their technology platforms to enhance networking, knowledge-sharing, and collaboration.
It features an approach to “building flows of information into pertinent, useful and just-in-time knowledge” so that... knowledge can flow in order to foster trust and credibility.
In complex environments, weak hierarchies and strong networks are the best organizing principle. ...It means giving up control.
Creating this two-way flow of dialogue, practice, expertise, and interest, can be the foundation of a wirearchy.
In complex environments, weak hierarchies and strong networks are the best organizing principle.
....many companies today have strong networks...coupled with strong central control. Becoming a wirearchy requires new organizational structures that incorporate communities, networks, and cooperative behaviours. It means giving up control. The job of those in leaderships roles is to help the network make better decisions.
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