Originally published on Reinventing Organizations

Latest in Frederic Laloux’s Insights For The Journey series

Self-management requires that colleagues have a shared sense of purpose and vision.

You might need to spend some time clarifying the purpose and vision before you really get going – at the overall level, and at the level of every team.

He will also briefly touch on the phenomenon of lofty but useless purposes. And how useful it can be to use polarities to help self-managing colleagues to deal with trade-offs.

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