Here are first radical steps by one organization to actually "make it happen" as they transitioned into self-management.
How might you begin to develop and step into your capacity for self-responsibility that working in self-management, with your wholeness, requires of you?
How can we unleash the hidden power of words and grammar to facilitate collaboration, governance, and teamwork in organizations, instead of inhibiting it?
How might we evolve and customize our self-management and self-organization by weaving, synergistically, governance, collaboration, language, self-organization, and social innovation?
Stories from twenty years of transformative experience in Swedish organizations to embolden and inspire your experiments.
How did this company deal with shifts over 3 years into self-managing teams with new decision-making, conflict processes, and more?
A clear look at researched advantages of self-management, common myths about it, and how companies have implemented it.
How do companies implement the three optional self-management structures and get them to work well?
How much attention to processes, leadership, and people-support does implementing the Teal paradigm require?