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Beta codex - Organiser pour la complexité

Beta Codex, ou comment rendre le travail à nouveau efficace
Comment mettre en œuvre des cellules décentralisées, innovantes et autonomes, pour faire face aux changements dans un monde complexe?


Via Denis Cristol, Nathalie Carpentier
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Principes agiles à l'oeuvre. Vraiment exhaustif et très très bien fait. L'organisation du travail  telle qu'elle doit être pour fonctionner au 21e siècle: basée sur l'intelligence collective, agile (auto-organisation) et certainement plus durable que l'impossible commandement et contrôle.

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Nathalie Carpentier's curator insight, January 12, 3:12 AM

Dans un environnement complexe, comment travailler efficacement.

Philippe Vallat's curator insight, February 3, 7:36 AM

Une bonne vue d'ensemble qui aborde intelligence collective, leadership, systémique

Anne-Laure Delpech's curator insight, February 3, 8:24 AM

une vision intéressante de la complexité et des évolutions managériales qu'elle impose. 

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The Climate Marches On: Amy Goodman

The Climate Marches On: Amy Goodman | Homo Agilis (Collective Intelligence, Agility and Sustainability : The Future is already here) | Scoop.it
“Unjust laws exist.” So wrote Henry David Thoreau in his 1849 essay, “On the Duty of Civil Disobedience.” The naturalist and pacifist asked, “Shall we be content to obey them, or shall we endeavor to amend them, and obey them until we have succeeded, or shall we transgress them at once?”
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The Ideas Butterfly: a social way of working (out loud)

The Ideas Butterfly: a social way of working (out loud) | Homo Agilis (Collective Intelligence, Agility and Sustainability : The Future is already here) | Scoop.it
In many ways, the idea is the easy part: making something of it is what counts and, in the Social Age, we do that within and alongside our communities. Today i took part in Chat2Lrn, a regular Twit...
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Mass Extinction of Languages: The Roughly 7,000 Human Languages are Disappearing Faster than Species

Mass Extinction of Languages: The Roughly 7,000 Human Languages are Disappearing Faster than Species | Homo Agilis (Collective Intelligence, Agility and Sustainability : The Future is already here) | Scoop.it

Himalayas and tropical regions likely next hotspots for language extinction. The world's roughly 7000 known languages are disappearing faster than species, with a different tongue dying approximately every 2 weeks. Now, by borrowing methods used in ecology to track endangered species, researchers have identified the primary threat to linguistic diversity: economic development. Though such growth has been shown to wipe out language in the past on a case-by-case basis, this is the first study to demonstrate that it is a global phenomenon, researchers say.


Many people know about the threatened polar bear and extinct passenger pigeon, but few have heard of endangered and extinct languages such as Eyak in Alaska, whose last speaker died in 2008, or Ubykh in Turkey, whose last fluent speaker died in 1992, says Tatsuya Amano, a zoologist at the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom and lead author of the new study. It’s well known that economic growth or the desire to achieve it can drive language loss, he notes—dominant languages such as Mandarin Chinese and English are often required for upward mobility in education and business, and economic assistance often encourages recipients to speak dominant languages. Whereas specific case studies demonstrate such forces at work, such as the transition from Cornish to English in the United Kingdom and from Horom to English in Nigeria, this is the first study to examine losses worldwide and rank economic growth alongside other possible influences, he says.


Data on the number and location of surviving fluent speakers of endangered languages are scant, but Amano and colleagues used the most complete source available—an online repository called Ethnologue—for their analysis, he says. From the database, the group was able to calculate the geographical range, number of speakers, and rate of speaker decline for languages worldwide and map that data within square grid cells roughly 190 km across, spanning the entire globe. Although they were able to obtain information about the range and number of speakers for more than 90% of the world’s estimated 6909 languages, they could only glean details about the rate of decline or growth for 9%, or 649, of those languages, Amano notes.


Next, they looked for correlations between language loss and factors such as a country's gross domestic product and levels of globalization as calculated by an internationally recognized index. In addition, they examined environmental factors such as altitude, which might contribute to language loss by affecting how easily communities can communicate and travel.


Of all the variables tested, economic growth was most strongly linked to language loss, Amano says. Two types of language loss hotspots emerged from the study, published online today in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B. One was in economically well developed regions such as northwestern North America and northern Australia; a second was in economically developing regions such as the tropics and the Himalayas. Certain aspects of geography seemed to act as a buffer or threat, Amano says. For example, recent declines appear to occur faster in temperate climates than in the tropics or mountainous regions—perhaps because it is easier to travel in and out of temperate regions, Amano says. More research is necessary to determine precisely what it is about economic development that kills languages, he adds. Figuring out how growth interacts with other factors such as landscape is the next step, he says.


"This is the first really solid statistical study I've seen which shows principles about language decline that we've know about, but hadn't been able to put together in a sound way," says Leanne Hinton, a linguist at the University of California, Berkeley. Economics is far from the whole story, however, she says. In the United States, for example, current attitudes toward endangered tongues stem in large part from historical policies that forced young American Indians to eschew their native tongues in order to learn English, she says. Generations of disease, murder, and genocide—both historic and present, in some regions—have also played an important role and were not included in the new study's analysis, she says.


Although the study is silent on the subject of interventions to help preserve endangered languages, there is a range of revitalization efforts that can serve as examples, such as the incorporation of the Hawaiian language into school curricula and daily government operations, she says.


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Annenkov's curator insight, September 3, 11:27 PM

Трансдисциплинарная проблема, имеющая свои ракурсы и в географии, и в истории общества, и в культурологии...

Bill Aukett's curator insight, September 4, 7:01 PM

Everything is connected to everything else!

Sophie Garside's curator insight, September 7, 3:15 AM

For EPQ

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Friedman's The World Is Flat - WikiSummaries

Friedman's The World Is Flat - WikiSummaries | Homo Agilis (Collective Intelligence, Agility and Sustainability : The Future is already here) | Scoop.it
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Comparing the five major world religions

"It's perfectly human to grapple with questions, like 'Where do we come from?' and 'How do I live a life of meaning?' These existential questions are central to the five major world religions -- and that's not all that connects these faiths. John Bellaimey explains the intertwined histories and cultures of Hinduism, Judaism, Buddhism, Christianity and Islam."


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Mary Elizabeth's curator insight, August 31, 1:41 PM

perfect for Culture Unit

MsPerry's curator insight, September 1, 6:48 AM

APHG-Unit 3

Lindley Amarantos's curator insight, September 5, 6:13 AM

Great insight into our 5 major world religions.

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Gallup's Top 10 World News Findings of 2013

Gallup's Top 10 World News Findings of 2013 | Homo Agilis (Collective Intelligence, Agility and Sustainability : The Future is already here) | Scoop.it
Gallup reviews its top world news findings of 2013 based on surveys conducted in more than 140 countries through the Gallup World Poll.
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The Illusive Definition of Agile by Jim Highsmith

The Illusive Definition of Agile by Jim Highsmith | Homo Agilis (Collective Intelligence, Agility and Sustainability : The Future is already here) | Scoop.it
What is Agile? Is it a set of practices, a set of values, or a set of mind—or some combination of the three? Is it “Doing Agile” or “Being Agile?” Is agile defined by a checklist of offered practices—the Nokia test for Scrum, or checking 9 of 12 practice boxes for XP? Is agile a ... Read more
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Gender in Technology: Feature or Culture?

Gender in Technology: Feature or Culture? | Homo Agilis (Collective Intelligence, Agility and Sustainability : The Future is already here) | Scoop.it
I was pretty tired when i got home last night: a long day in London, a delayed train home, it was gone midnight when i opened the door and stepped inside. Only as i was falling asleep did i realise...
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INSTITUT FRANCOPHONE COACHING d'INTELLIGENCE COLLECTIVE

INSTITUT FRANCOPHONE COACHING d'INTELLIGENCE COLLECTIVE | Homo Agilis (Collective Intelligence, Agility and Sustainability : The Future is already here) | Scoop.it

Comparez l’inversion de polarité et l'émergence sociale..


Observez bien votre comportement et vous verrez qu'il n'est pas facile de changer de modèle et pourtant nous allons y adhérer. Alors prenons notre courage à deux mains et osons faire le saut. Plus nous tarderons plus la chaos s'installera et plus les perturbations seront grandes.


Montrons nous les français la voie comme nous l'avons fait avec la charte des droits de l'homme à la révolution !


Mobilisez l'intelligence collective est un moyen pour changer de modèle et y arriver collectivement dans nos organisations.


De nombreuses méthodes d'IC existent mais le travail n'est pas du domaine du mental et du rationnel. D'abord c'est bien plus profond que nous pouvons le penser.


C'est pour cela qu'il n'est pas facile d'y adhérer, c'est un vrai changement de paradigme.


Via Philippe Olivier Clement
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Sheraut's curator insight, February 17, 2:58 AM

Illustration du changement de paradigme !

pbernardon's curator insight, May 14, 11:13 PM

Un schéma vaut 1000 mots, merci Philippe pour ce partage 

Stéphane RENAUD's curator insight, May 16, 3:51 AM

« Toute personne se comporte de la façon la plus satisfaisante pour lui, compte-tenu de sa représentation du monde ». (Erol Franko, Pscychiatre). Mettre à jour notre logiciel interne nécessite alors de changer notre vision du monde. La mobilisation de l'intelligence collective permet de s'appuyer sur tous les ressentis collectifs (peurs, tentations, attraits..) pour  co-construire une nouvelle vision.

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[Intelligence collaborative] 30 raisons d’adopter les outils collaboratifs

[Intelligence collaborative] 30 raisons d’adopter les outils collaboratifs | Homo Agilis (Collective Intelligence, Agility and Sustainability : The Future is already here) | Scoop.it
1500 articles sur l'IC - 300 vidéos et fichiers sur toutes les formes d'intelligence collective. Toutes les portes qui ouvrent à l'intelligence et la conscience collective.

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Philippe Olivier Clement's curator insight, December 2, 2012 9:27 PM

Le partage d'informations et de travaux professionnels est essentiel à la communication et à la productivité de l'entreprise.


Grâce à certains outils sur internet, les collaborateurs peuvent créer, partager et modifier des fichiers de travail en temps réel. Ces applications web sont simples d'utilisation et permettent notamment d'améliorer la communication interne dans l'entreprise.


Les auteurs de ce livre blanc partent du constat que beaucoup d’entreprises ont pris conscience du rôle important que peuvent jouer les outils collaboratifs dans l'orientation stratégique de l'entreprise.

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An Agile Adoption and Transformation Survival Guide

An Agile Adoption and Transformation Survival Guide | Homo Agilis (Collective Intelligence, Agility and Sustainability : The Future is already here) | Scoop.it
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The garbage that could kill the whole human race

The garbage that could kill the whole human race | Homo Agilis (Collective Intelligence, Agility and Sustainability : The Future is already here) | Scoop.it
The terrifying true story of the garbage that could kill the whole human race

By Bucky McMahon
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Wirearchies = Adaptive, Two Way Flow of Power, Knowledge, with a Focus on Results

Wirearchies = Adaptive, Two Way Flow of Power, Knowledge, with a Focus on Results | Homo Agilis (Collective Intelligence, Agility and Sustainability : The Future is already here) | Scoop.it

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.

      

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In complex environments, weak hierarchies and strong networks are the best organizing principle.   ...It means giving up control. 

   

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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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Helen Teague's curator insight, March 6, 10:46 AM

well worth the reading time.

BhanuNagender's curator insight, March 7, 4:26 AM

 Manufacturers of Custom Shaped Cold Air Inflatables including Giant Character shapes and  Product Replicas also Rooftop Balloons specializing in custom inflatables for advertising, manufactured in Hyderabad city, India - http://www.inflatablecostumes.com

Deb Nystrom, REVELN's curator insight, August 17, 11:23 AM

I just featured the called out quote above about complexity (over complicated, bureaucratic), and less hierarchy, more communication via networks in my most recent post about letting go of industrial age thinking via the command and control nature of performance appraisals.  

Wirearchy and holacracy (think Zappos) are alternatives that embrace networked learning.  One is arguably a set of principles, the latter is an organization design approach that deemphasizes management.

~  Deb

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Guide to Agile Practices - An Agile «Subway» Map

Guide to Agile Practices - An Agile «Subway» Map | Homo Agilis (Collective Intelligence, Agility and Sustainability : The Future is already here) | Scoop.it
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Very nice way to represent different agile-minded methodologies and tools and how they all fit together 

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Very nice way to represent different agile-minded methodologies and tools and how they all fit together...for change. Frome the Agile Alliance site. Great Stuff !

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Environmental, Social and Governance Reporting

88% of Hong Kong investors say that a company’s sustainability efforts would affect their investment decision according to this new study on Environmental, Soc…
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Doing business taking into account sustainability matters. This presentation from MSLGroup presents the facts about investors' interest in sustainability issues as well as 6 points to consider in taking action 

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The 9 components of Social Leadership

The 9 components of Social Leadership | Homo Agilis (Collective Intelligence, Agility and Sustainability : The Future is already here) | Scoop.it
The journey towards Social Leadership takes us through nine stages: we CURATE our space, choosing the stage we will perform from. We develop our STORYTELLING skills, learning how to structure the n...
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How Your Positive Thinking Helps Us All

How Your Positive Thinking Helps Us All | Homo Agilis (Collective Intelligence, Agility and Sustainability : The Future is already here) | Scoop.it
Many of us now realize that the kinds of thoughts we think throughout most of the day create our reality. We try to program ourselves with positive self-talk, such as: ‘I am going to have a great day. All good things will flow to me, and everything that’s supposed to happen will happen.’
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Can we prevent the end of the world?

Can we prevent the end of the world? | Homo Agilis (Collective Intelligence, Agility and Sustainability : The Future is already here) | Scoop.it
A post-apocalyptic Earth, emptied of humans, seems like the stuff of science fiction TV and movies. But in this short, surprising talk, Lord Martin Rees asks us to think about our real existential risks — natural and human-made threats that could wipe out humanity. As a concerned member of the human race, he asks: What’s the worst thing that could possibly happen?
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Group Brainstorming Tools - GroupMap

Group Brainstorming Tools  - GroupMap | Homo Agilis (Collective Intelligence, Agility and Sustainability : The Future is already here) | Scoop.it
GroupMap's easy and effective online group brainstorming tools with visual templates puts your ideas against everyone's ideas on one single unique platform.

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Amanda O'Connell's curator insight, August 26, 3:03 PM

Very useful for planning and writing activities

Rosemary Tyrrell's curator insight, August 26, 4:33 PM

The free version only allows public mindmaps/brainstorms, so if you are in a school setting and don't want student work to be shared, this might not be the right tool. The professional version that allows you to make the maps private is a steep $49 a month. 

Mark Sheppard's curator insight, September 3, 9:28 AM

may serve as a useful too when teams/experts are distributed.  Also beats using stickies to map out ideas.

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The Neurobiology of “We”. Relationship is the flow of energy and information between people

The Neurobiology of “We”. Relationship is the flow of energy and information between people | Homo Agilis (Collective Intelligence, Agility and Sustainability : The Future is already here) | Scoop.it

 The Neurobiology of “We”. Relationship is the flow of energy and information between people, essential in our development.
"The study of neuroplasticity is changing the way scientists think about the...

 

“Relationship is key,” he emphasizes. “When we work with relationship, we work with brain structure. Relationship stimulates us and is essential in our development. People rarely mention relationship in brain studies, but it provides vital input to the brain.


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Relationship stimulates us and is

essential in our development.

People rarely mention relationship

in brain studies, but it provides

vital input to the brain.

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Every form of psychotherapy that works, works because it creates healthier brain function and structure.… In approaching our lives, we can ask where do we experience the chaos or rigidity that reveal where integration is impaired.


We can then use the focus of our attention to integrate both our brain and our relationships. Ultimately we can learn to be open in an authentic way to others, and to ourselves.


The outcome of such an integrative presence is not only a sense of deep well-being and compassion for ourselves and others, but also an opening of the doors of awareness to a sense of the interdependence of everything. ‘We’ are indeed a part of an interconnected whole.””


by Patty de Llosa


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Ruth Obadia's curator insight, October 7, 2013 3:04 AM


“We is what me is!”

Eli Levine's curator insight, February 12, 8:34 PM

The network of "I" is connected to the network that is "us" in an upward gradient.

 

There can be no full "I" without "we", because all humans have to be socialized, like any other social animal, in order to develop fully as individual human beings.

 

We are all connected to one another and the environment to form one web on this planet.  It affects us and we affect it, sometimes for good, sometimes for bad, depending upon what we do to it consciously and subconsciously.

 

Why listen to the individualists who have absolutely no sense or desire to connect with the other that is around them and that has helped form them as individuals, psychologically, physically and socially?

 

They are not in touch with the actual world, and are probably just of a pathological mindset that, I think, needs to be treated as a disease by our society.

 

We are all one.

 

What you do effects all those who are around you and are connected to you.

 

And, most importantly, what you do to them/it is the same thing that you do to yourself, as an individual.

 

Think about it.

 

Libertarians.

 

Conservatives.

 

Think about it.

LUZ DEL MAR's curator insight, August 25, 5:57 PM

mente - cerebro- relaciones

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La spirale de Don Beck : êtes-vous bleu, rouge ou vert ?

La spirale de Don Beck : êtes-vous bleu, rouge ou vert ? | Homo Agilis (Collective Intelligence, Agility and Sustainability : The Future is already here) | Scoop.it
Inventée dans les années 1960 par le psychosociologue américain Clare W. Graves, elle a été popularisée trente ans plus tard par son élève Don B
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Prehistoric Civilizations Struggled With Climate Change

Prehistoric Civilizations Struggled With Climate Change | Homo Agilis (Collective Intelligence, Agility and Sustainability : The Future is already here) | Scoop.it
A group of German researchers, working in the Middle East and Germany, have found that civilizations who depended on agriculture for food and their well-being also feared climate change as we do now. The scientists found that there were periods of extreme drought that affected the growth of grains which were a staple of their …
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10 Principles of Work On Purpose, by Echoing Green

10 Principles of Work On Purpose, by Echoing Green | Homo Agilis (Collective Intelligence, Agility and Sustainability : The Future is already here) | Scoop.it
How do you know what your calling is? And how do you make it happen? Echoing Green has interviewed hundreds of social entrepreneurs over the last 25 years who each found their purpose and manifested it in the world. From their stories, Echoing Green culled ten principles for identifying your purpose and putting it into action. Read on to learn what the ten principles are.
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Evolution: Life On Earth Is One Big Extended Family [infographic]

Evolution: Life On Earth Is One Big Extended Family [infographic] | Homo Agilis (Collective Intelligence, Agility and Sustainability : The Future is already here) | Scoop.it
I have chosen this infographic specifically to promote this theory, because I feel that it is time for humanity to embrace and accept it as the most plausible explanation of (as Darwin put it so eloquently) the origin of species.
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Zappos says Goodbye to Bosses & Bureaucracy - Hello to Holacracy

Zappos says Goodbye to Bosses & Bureaucracy - Hello to Holacracy | Homo Agilis (Collective Intelligence, Agility and Sustainability : The Future is already here) | Scoop.it

The famed, unique Las Vegas-based shoe retailer...will eliminate traditional managers, do away with the typical corporate hierarchy and get rid of job titles, at least internally.

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....bureaucracy ...was getting in the way of adaptability.”

    

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The unusual approach is called a “holacracy,” replacing the traditional corporate chain of command with a series of overlapping, self-governing “circles.” In theory, this gives employees more of a voice in the way the company is run.


According to Zappos executives, the move is an effort to keep the 1,500-person company from becoming too rigid, too unwieldy and too bureaucratic as it grows.


“As we scaled, we noticed that the bureaucracy we were all used to was getting in the way of adaptability,” says Zappos’s John Bunch, who is helping lead the transition to the new structure.


Holacracy ...has a couple of high-profile devotees — Twitter cofounder Evan Williams uses it at his new company, Medium, and time management guru David Allen uses it run his firm — but Zappos is by far the largest company to adopt the idea.]


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Deb Nystrom, REVELN's curator insight, January 6, 5:22 PM

I'm intrigued to see this second emergence of holacracy.  Do we have an agile organizational structure developing here?

I'm sensing the far edge of a trend here, especially after facilitating Open Space events (self-led interest topics on a theme) in the last couple of years,.  I've mostly used them in a professional learning context, although three client organizations have used this organic, adaptible format for planning & strategy.  


In my view. it seems that these leaders are shifting perspective, letting go of some of the trappings of the 90's, to embrance more adaptive structures that can help fuel innovation.  ~  Deb

Deb Nystrom, REVELN's curator insight, January 6, 5:44 PM

Adaptive communication.  It's time for something far beyond Fredrick Taylor's scientific management 1920's style bureacraciy.  I'm sensing this is the calm before the storm of change to move beyond traditional management structures.  There will be more holacracies and their kin to come.  ~  D