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De Ontmanager tijdens het Nieuw Organiseren Event 2014 - YouTube

Tijdens het Nieuw Organiseren Event 2014 vertelt Koert Terhürne, directeur bij bouwbedrijf Dura Vermeer, over horizontaal organiseren in de bouw.
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Businesses have digitized, but not transformed | ZDNet

Businesses have digitized, but not transformed | ZDNet | new organisations | Scoop.it
The average lifespan of the traditional enterprise is plummeting rapidly, largely due to inability to adapt to today's fast changing technologies.
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A Guide To Co-Leadership: Why It’s Hard, Why It’s Good, And How To Make It Work | TechCrunch

A Guide To Co-Leadership: Why It’s Hard, Why It’s Good, And How To Make It Work | TechCrunch | new organisations | Scoop.it

In September Larry Ellison stepped down from the helm at Oracle and appointed a co-CEO pair as his successors. Articles about the announcement spoke of such..

Articles about the announcement spoke of such dual arrangements in discouraging and doubtful tones.

Meanwhile, in NYC, a well-regarded VC recently told me that she thought at least 50 percent of early-stage startup failures are rooted in co-founder conflicts. 

And this a few weeks ago from Pando.

Not surprising. In a time when collaboration is a flourishing ideal, shared leadership is an increasingly attractive proposition. And yet, leaders are the fulcrum that receives, holds and either utilizes or gets crushed by the considerable pressures generated by early-stage company building; two is not necessarily better than one at the cornerstone. 

Said otherwise: multiple founders/CEOs means more complexity, and while more complexity at the fulcrum can mean more strength (internal levers, combustion systems, failovers, etc.) it can also mean considerably more vulnerability to fissures, conflict and collapse.

This post is a brief guide to co-leading. I’ll outline why having co-leaders is hard, why it’s a source of enhanced productivity, creativity, and joy when it works, and some tactics for success. 

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Midden-Brabant: Samen sterker met sociale innovatie

Midden-Brabant: Samen sterker met sociale innovatie | new organisations | Scoop.it
Midden-Brabant: Samen sterker met sociale innovatie - Negen gemeenten rond Tilburg hebben zich rond 2011 verenigd in de bestuursorganisatie Regio Hart van Brabant (RHvB) en de uitvoeringsorganisatie Midpoint Brabant. Het doel: vergaande regionale samenwerking tussen ondernemers, onderwijs, overheden en ondernemende burgers. Verscheidene betrokken vertellen over hun aanpak, die nog uniek is in noordwest-Europa.
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8 Reasons Why Creatives Will Rule The World

8 Reasons Why Creatives Will Rule The World | new organisations | Scoop.it
Right-brainers, your time has come--this is the age of the creative mind.
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Why The Death Of The Office Can't Come Too Soon

Why The Death Of The Office Can't Come Too Soon | new organisations | Scoop.it
"We literally followed people around all day and timed every event [that happened in the office], to the second. That meant telephone calls, working on documents, typing e-mails, or interacting wit...
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Zappos just abolished bosses. Inside tech's latest management craze.

Zappos just abolished bosses. Inside tech's latest management craze. | new organisations | Scoop.it
The shoe retailing giant Zappos is in the process of adopting holacracy, a management philosophy that replaces conventional hierarchy with governance by committees.
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Structuring a New Collaborative Culture

Structuring a New Collaborative Culture | new organisations | Scoop.it
Collaboration is crucial in creative ventures, yet building a culture that allows it to flourish can be tricky—particularly in traditional, hierarchically minded organizations. But with a little tweaking, any space has the potential to become a hotbed of connected thinking. As Rosie Manning learned recently, true collaboration thrives in an environment built on trust, openness, and flexibility.
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Society 3.0 – Section 2.4 Excerpt: The Future of Work | Dr. Tracey Wilen’s Blog on Women and Leadership, Future Workforce and Skill Development, Modern Career Development, and Technology and Work

Society 3.0 – Section 2.4 Excerpt: The Future of Work | Dr. Tracey Wilen’s Blog on Women and Leadership, Future Workforce and Skill Development, Modern Career Development, and Technology and Work | new organisations | Scoop.it
 Following is an excerpt from excerpt from “Employed for Life″, by Tracey Wilen and Gary Daugenti Times Have Changed— Has Your Career Plan? Not that lo
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‘Mesh networking’ – the promise of a new internet | Impact Lab

‘Mesh networking’ – the promise of a new internet | Impact Lab | new organisations | Scoop.it
People tend to talk about optimistically about the Internet. They talk about it in terms that describe how it ought to be rather than how it actually
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Zelfsturende teams in de zorg - ManagementSite

Zelfsturende teams in de zorg - ManagementSite | new organisations | Scoop.it
Termen als ‘zelfredzaamheid’ en ‘meer ruimte voor de professional’ horen we steeds vaker. Wat zijn de ervaringen met de toename van zelfsturende teams in de zorg?
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Paul ' t Hart - Ambtelijk Vakmanschap 3 0 - YouTube

Paul 't Hart, hoogleraar Bestuurskunde aan de USBO en co-decaan van de NSOB, heeft voor de 'zoektocht naar het handwerk van de overheidsmanager' een trendanalyse gemaakt over het veranderend handwerk van de publieke manager of de publieke professional. 
Een essay in opdracht van de Vereniging voor OverheidsManagement, Vereniging van Gemeentesecretarissen en de stichting IKPOB.

De ambtelijke professional
Wat mij betreft, mogen wij van de ambtenaren van de toekomst het volgende verwachten:
1 Scherp op resultaat -- de opgave als ijkpunt. 
2 Slim op de zaak -- inhoudelijk geloofwaardig. 
3 Slim op de relatie - emotioneel intelligent en betrouwbaar.
4 Slim op de context -- kansen selecterend. 
5 Politiek bekwaam -- begrijpend en beïnvloedend. 
6 Transparant -- verantwoording zoekend. 
7 Toegankelijk -- 'open voor business'. 
8 Verbonden en verbindend -- verschillen benuttend.

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Stop met het denken voor de ander ook in onze publieke organisaties!

Stop met het denken voor de ander ook in onze publieke organisaties! | new organisations | Scoop.it
Vakmanschap verdient meer ruimte. Verschaf de voorste linies van het onderwijs, de zorg en de politie meer verantwoordelijkheid. Kom niet met regelgeving bij elk incident. Denk en doe 'Rijnlands'!
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Koert Terhürne tijdens het nieuw organiseren event 2014 - YouTube

Tijdens het Nieuw Organiseren Event 2014 vertelt Koert Terhürne, directeur bij bouwbedrijf Dura Vermeer, over horizontaal organiseren in de bouw.
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From jobs to tasks and from the value chain to the Internet

From jobs to tasks and from the value chain to the Internet | new organisations | Scoop.it
Mainstream economic theories are derived from the era of the production of tangible goods and high-cost communications. These mind-sets are not only unhelpful, but wrong in a world of information p...
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The Un-Boss Of The Future

The Un-Boss Of The Future | new organisations | Scoop.it
Need a photo resized in an hour? It'll run you $5. A blog post? $45. What about an infographic? $150. PeoplePerHour, a freelance marketplace with offices in the U. S. and the U.K. is beta testing a new service called SuperTasker, which sells such help for a flat fee. The site matches buyers [...]
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A Brief History Of Uber | TechCrunch

A Brief History Of Uber | TechCrunch | new organisations | Scoop.it
Uber epitomizes disruption. The company has changed the way we think about grabbing a ride, incorporating the same technology we take for granted today into a..
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Freelancers Union :: Advocacy

Freelancers Union :: Advocacy | new organisations | Scoop.it
We're lawyers and nannies. We're graphic designers and temps. We're 1 in every 3 workers. We\'re building smarter solutions to broken systems. Together, we're the future of the economy.
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De deeleconomie is booming. Maar wat is het?

De deeleconomie is booming. Maar wat is het? | new organisations | Scoop.it
De 'deeleconomie' is aan een opmars bezig. Initiatieven als Airbnb, Snappcar en Thuisafgehaald maken het mogelijk je kamer, je auto of je kookkunsten online te 'delen' met anderen. Het woord suggereert een grote mate van altruïsme. Maar is er wel sprake van delen? Een explainer over dit controversiële containerbegrip, door gastauteur Jaap Tielbeke.
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We should allow failing arts organizations to die. — Medium

We should allow failing arts organizations to die. — Medium | new organisations | Scoop.it
A debate that began (for me) nine months ago, finally gets real at #aftacon.
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How to Value and Nurture Your Coworking Community

How to Value and Nurture Your Coworking Community | new organisations | Scoop.it
A community is not just a network - it's a group that is based on experience, participation, responsibility and relationships.
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An All-Call for a New Style of Leadership

An All-Call for a New Style of Leadership | new organisations | Scoop.it

It’s time for a new style of leadership. Today’s employees want to work for an organization that they can feel proud of: an organization that has values and viewpoints compatible with their own; an organization that is oriented toward the long haul, working toward the prevention of ills, not just curing the symptoms; an organization that cares about morals and ethics, doing what is in the best interests of its customers; and an organization that cares about the impact it has on the environment. Employees want this because they recognize that such an organization will also care about them.


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What Will It Take To Succeed In The Future World Of Work?

What Will It Take To Succeed In The Future World Of Work? | new organisations | Scoop.it
Today it’s a challenge to manage the fast pace of the workplace. Technology and changing demographics create the rapid need for change, and businesses and employees are scrambling to keep up. But even more changes are on the horizon as we transition into the agile workplace of the future.

What does this future world of work look like and what skills will be required to survive and thrive in this work environment?
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Do Old School Workplace Rules and Hierarchies Still Matter?

Do Old School Workplace Rules and Hierarchies Still Matter? | new organisations | Scoop.it
In a world where any employee can tweet their CEO, the lines that traditionally delineated power and influence have been blurred. So much so in fact, when Dr. Jeffrey Pfeffer teaches about …
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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, May 17, 11:30 AM

Old school workplace rules and hierarchies work because we our habituated to them. When I taught, I listened to many conversations ending with "what do you want us to do in our classrooms." It is not just the managers who engage the structure through their command and control methods of do this and that, but followers who ask for certainty in directions.

Mary Perfitt-Nelson's comment, May 17, 11:35 PM
Putting a slightly different spin on it, maybe people want feedback alone.......to ponder and tweak what they are doing.
Mary Perfitt-Nelson's curator insight, May 17, 11:37 PM

This perplexes me.  I truly tend to see two camps:  those who want to know what to do (know what is on the test) and those who want freedom to explore with feedback (to understand and to get better at what they do).  

 

I suspect the 'truth" lies somewhere in the middle.  Freedom within boundaries; creative autonomy with feedback.