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Organizing For Speed, Agility, And Adaptability

​As digital transforms the business landscape, the successful organizations will likely be those that can move faster, adapt more quickly, learn more rapidly, and embrace dynamic career demands. 9 more words

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Cut The BS: Organizations With No Hierarchy Don’t Exist

There is growing excitement about self-management, bossless leadership and new governance models such as Holacracy for structuring and running organizations. The claims are often about the potential of “flat organizations”, which is often put synonymous to “having no hierarchy”. 44 more words

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How We Structure Our Work And Teams At Basecamp

An inside look at the specifics of how at Basecamp work cycles and projects are managed.

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Article by Jason Fried, Founder & CEO of Basecamp
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Self Awareness: Leadership’s Missing Link

As one digs deeper into the world of Organizational Development (OD), you gain insight into leadership, team development, and potential interventions for systemic cultural change. In doctoral literature, a theme of self awareness (or personal mastery) continues to emerge.  365 more words

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Working Like A Network

As the world becomes more interconnected, value creation is shifting from the individual to the collective. Resilient, high-empathy teams will drive the best business outcomes.

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Cherishing A Start-up Culture During Exponential Growth

Mostly, when organizations grow at such exponential rates they attempt to fight chaos by (unwillingly) increasing bureaucracy, creating silos, and crumbling the unique aspects that made them successful in the first place. 46 more words

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The Real Difference Between Google And Apple | Co.Design

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The Real Difference Between Google And Apple | Co.Design

Mark Wilson
Steve Jobs has been granted 347 patents in the past decade, many awarded posthumously. 839 more words

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