Around the world, which companies are developing the specific characteristics of the next-generation companies, why, and with what results?
Designing self-management at a macro-level using these questions simplifies complex organizations, compared to designing for individuals.
A radical management theory from the 60s, based on what motivates people to work, is still radical today: authority versus self-motivation.
Which management practices, still radical today, are based on the assumption that most people are self-motivated and love to work?
What personal breakthroughs in our selves and our leadership capacities are needed to deal with uncertainty and complexity?
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Radicals is exploring ways to connect through our interdependence with our creative power for social innovation in these times.
Marilyn Hamilton••5 min read
What is "power over" evolving into, and what do organizations need to understand and embody in the newer consciousness, for thriveability?
New forms of governance and power-sharing create space for consistency in walking our talk around power shifts and more effective teamwork.