4 thoughts
last posted April 21, 2014, 7:40 a.m.

1 earlier thought


Holacracy's approach seems to clearly separate:

  • Choosing who is responsible and what they are responsible for.
  • Working through decisions and actions within the scope of those responsibilities.

I very much appreciate the notion of "sensing dissonance between what is (current reality) and what could be (the purpose)."

Reminds me very much of the Dee Hock line of thinking:

"What if we set aside all discussion of as things were, as they are, and as they might become, and immersed ourselves in how they ought to be?"

2 later thoughts