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As Brian Robertson described, we went deep discussing the aspects and implication of Holocracy, a powerful manifestation of how the organization is transitioning from a top-down patriarchal, parent child model to a bottom-up one with distributed power, empowering ALL the employees. I see it is the leading edge of a movement that could change the way we think about leadership, about how government and organizations work.
Here's a link to the audio podcast for this transcript.
Welcome to the Rob Kall Bottom Up Radio Show WNJC 1360 AM out of
Washington Township reaching Metro Philly and South Jersey. Sponsored by Oped news.com My guest tonight is Brian J Robertson and I'm
very excited to have him on the show because he is living a bottom up life and
doing bottom up business in a way that is really changing the world.
Rob: Brian J. Robertson is the author of the book, Holacracy,
which describes a non-hierarchical, distributed approach to running a company
which gets rid of the top-down, industrial, predict and control authoritarian
model of management, replacing it with one that gives power to the process
instead of the people. That results in empowering everyone in the organization.
Brian works with Holacracy One, which helps companies transition
from top-down hierarchical corporate structure to becoming a holacracy.
Holacracy aims to take charge of evolution, enabling employees to
be conscious revolutionaries. Hosting the bottom-up radio show, I've long been
saying that we are transitioning from a top-down to bottom-up culture.
HolAcracy is a powerful manifestation of how the organization is
transitioning from a top-down patriarchal, parent child model to one with
distributed power, empowering ALL the employees. I see it as the leading edge
of a movement that could change the way we think about leadership, about how
government and organizations work.
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