By Dion Hinchcliffe on June 8, 2015
We believe the short answer to whether organizations should make the switch, is that most companies will inevitably tend to Holacracy-style models over time. It’s the natural, better way to work in today’s connected, digital organization.
By Jason Corsello on August 20, 2013
Every company has one, and, let’s be honest, the vast majority of them stink. I’m talking about the standard-issue (and still industry standard) Company Intranet — typically, a collection of Web pages where companies stockpile resources like employee handbooks and policies, the company directory, health and benefit portals and other content that sees some activity […]
By Esteban Kolsky on November 18, 2010
Abraham Maslow is spinning on his grave these days. So many mis-interpretations of his work and theories abound, no wonder he is being made responsible for a slew of problems in this world that don’t even belong in his ground-breaking Hierarchy of Needs. The concept of the pyramid is quite simple — humans grow as our needs […]
By Sadagopan on August 4, 2010
Just finished some random reading. Started with Jeane Bliss on customer loyalty and Zappos is profiled therein in detail. Zappos decision making paradigm seems to be centered around making such changes happen as part of their DNA. As Tony Hseih says in…