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Self Organization

A quote that I found to be very interesting

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"Self-organization does not mean that workers instead of managers engineer an organization design. It does not mean letting people do whatever they want to do. It means that management commits to guiding the evolution of behaviors that emerge from the interaction of independent agents instead of specifying in advance what effective behavior is."

 

    Philip Anderson, The Biology of Business

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Teamleads, “Storming”, Self-organization and Entropy

Teamleads, “Storming”, Self-organization and Entropy | Innovatus | Scoop.it
"To shape it, destroy it" Lao Tzu.
Recently I had a Scrum introduction for a small team of developers at my friend's office. There were huge amount of questions I dealt with.  However one looked ...
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Self-organization and our belief that we are in charge

Self-organization and our belief that we are in charge | Innovatus | Scoop.it
The Scrum Master only has the authority to ensure that the Scrum Team follows the rules of Scrum. If not immediately compliant, then working toward compliance increasingly and consistently (for ins...
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Making Self-Organization Work

Making Self-Organization Work | Innovatus | Scoop.it

Quoting from the article itself: "Discipline without freedom is tyranny; freedom without discipline is chaos"

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Swarm Intelligence: Is the Group Really Smarter? - Funny how us humans are heading this way

Swarm Intelligence: Is the Group Really Smarter? - Funny how us humans are heading this way | Innovatus | Scoop.it
By observing these systems in nature, scientists have theorized that such systems harness a sort of leaderless, collective intelligence. By leveraging these kinds of consensus-based systems, groups of independently-acting ...

Via Howard Rheingold
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