Here are first radical steps by one organization to actually "make it happen" as they transitioned into self-management.
When capacity to promote change spreads out in an organization, there is change agility, not change management. What enables that?
Around the world, which companies are developing the specific characteristics of the next-generation companies, why, and with what results?
Why does taking just one step away from the machine model, toward valuing agency, autonomy, and self-determination, often fail to produce desired results?
What specific hardwired changes helped this experienced team move into being self-managed and adaptive?
Perhaps grassroots reinventing society can change companies through connection and shared togetherness to shift their perspective.
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Autonomous choices among trusting individuals, and pattern recognition--could these be keys to personally dealing with complexity?
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Who would have thought that self-management for school personnel in an innovative program design would affect students so beautifully?
The inspiring story of what happens when people are given trust and begin to take responsibility.