Beyond Bosses: Ditching the Default Organizational Structure – with Brian Robertson of HolacracyOne | Podcast Episode #13

How to ditch the traditional "business as usual" approach to organizational structures and management systems for modern, purpose-driven teams.
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The Rank & File Podcast

Hosted by Kari Elizabeth Enge - Certified Life and Business Coach for Purpose-Driven Entrepreneurs at Rank & File

“Business as usual” is dead – cubicles, bad bosses, suffocating office cultures, and micro-management. But what do we turn to instead? As a purpose-driven entrepreneur, how do we replace the default organizational structure for one that is going to support company’s purpose?

In this episode, we join Brian Roberston for a discussion around organizational structures to rethink the default “top-down” approach of management. We talk all about why traditional team and leadership structures hinder our company’s purpose, and how a self-management system can work to bring out the best in ourselves as leaders and our teams.

Brian also shares his back-story for how Holacracy came to be and gives specific advice for when and how purpose-driven founders might go about implementing a self-management system like Holacracy.

Important Links in today’s episode:

Brian’s Article in Rank & File Magazine “Beyond Bosses”



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