Going Horizontal

Creating a Non-Hierarchical Organization, One Practice at a Time

The real secret to flattening a hierarchical organization is simple: don't do it all at once.

By Samantha Slade Business Development / Management & Leadership / Nonfiction English, Unabridged 5h 20m Sell Sheet
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5 Audio CDs Tue Nov 27 00:00:00 UTC 2018 39.99 29.99 9781974922628 Notify Me
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							Media is showing us that self-managing organizations, like Zappos, unleash human potential in ways we couldn't have imagined, but so often when we try to transition to a self managed organization, we get stuck. The task seems overwhelming and many organizations just give up. We find ourselves caught between the inspirational stories of these self-organizing companies and the deeply entrenched habits. It can be overwhelming to have such a sense of possibility and yet feel ill equipped in practical methods and strategy. Samantha Slade is the founder of Percolab, an international consulting firm in Quebec that has been helping organizations successfully transition to self-management for over a decade. Too many organizations try to change everything at the same time and fail, concluding that the method is out of their reach. With Seven concrete practices, Slade offers a new way: transition on thing in your organization at a time. The benefits of a self- managed organization- increased engagement, retention, and productivity- can be achieved even by transitioning only one or two areas of your organization. Even if you never become Zappos, your organization will see increased energy and thriving.