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  • Q&A on the Book Fluid

    The book Book Fluid: How Culture, Hidden Opportunities, and Flatter Structures Lead to Profitable Innovation explores how to create a culture of change in companies. Najeeb Khan shows how fluid companies can act with higher speed and experiment to innovate, and how to transform towards a flat structure that allows everyone to test and validate ideas.

  • Holacracy for Humans

    Snapper, a New Zealand based transport ticketing service provider, wanted to be more like a city, and less like a bureaucratic corporation. In 2016 they introduced Holacracy, which enables people to act more like entrepreneurs and self-direct their work instead of waiting to be told what to do. They use Holacracy across all areas of the business and this way of working applies to everyone.

  • Engineering Culture and Methods InfoQ Trends Report - January 2018

    At InfoQ we regularly revisit the topics we focus on based on the technology adoption curve. This article provides a view of the topics we see as being important to the community at the beginning of 2018. Some new topics have appeared since 2017 and there have been some significant shifts in what matters to individuals, teams and organisations over the last year.

  • The Role and Importance of Communication in Post-Hierarchical Leadership

    Communication is important in a modern, post-hierarchical business. Based on theoretical and empirical research which analysed the role of internal corporate communications in a post-hierarchic leadership system, this article explores fundamentals of post-hierarchic management and leadership and underlines how corporate communications can act as a catalyst to foster and enable such a new paradigm.

  • Adding Purpose to Scrum with Holacracy

    Organisations passionately working with Scrum are still missing a key ingredient: their organizational governance got stuck in the last century. Holacracy can be a complete replacement for the traditional management hierarchy and can significantly increase motivation and productivity.

  • Voys Learns to Play the Holacracy Game

    Holacracy removes power from a management hierarchy and distributes it across teams that have a clear set of roles, responsibilities, and expectations. This new organizational system with no managers or titles is often misunderstood. Learn about holacracy from the Dutch telecom company Voys who implemented this new way of running organizations.

  • An Agile Talent Development and Adaptive Career Framework

    As organizations adopt agile practices and techniques they often find that existing talent management approaches need to adapt to new ways of working. This article discusses the critical task of replacing dysfunctional performance management systems, antiquated job families and limiting career paths that undermine the effectiveness of our teams and compromise the health of our culture.

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