Maybe you’ve heard or read already about “self-management leadership” or crowd-leading or “holacracy”. “The Leadership Spark” talks about integral innovation which is the most complete approach on #business #innovation. This approach is in fact an app for the integral IOS proposed by Ken Wilber to direct, organize and understand everything in life in general and for that matter, in business life in particular.
The following is an interview I had with Brian Robertson, author of “Holacracy: The New Management System for a Rapidly Changing World” and co-founder of HolacracyOne.
Try to imagine yourself going to a work-place that looks like home. Have friends working with you, feedbacking you, helping you “become” better. You decide who is your boss. What is his salary. What is your salary. No worry for tomorrow. Working hard each day. Enjoying it. Having fun. Making a buck (even a fortune). Being inspired each day. Inspiring each day. Creating your future each day. Being happy. Each day.
Would you innovate more in such an environment?
Brian says “Yes”.
For more than 3 years I’ve been investigating what creativity and business innovation is. I have followed many threads and each of them led me towards holacracy, self-management leadership, solid and renowned “crazy” companies like Semco, Morning Star, AES, HolacracyOne and alike.
This is the first in a series of interviews with great thinkers, actors and agents of change towards this direction.