Keith Chrostowski writes: In implementing Holacracy, the CEO and top executives turn management over to self-organized teams. And it’s not just an idea on the pages of the latest business best-seller. Most notably, Zappos, the online shoe emporium, just adopted it wholesale, apparently the first big company to do so. Its roots go back a bit.
Keith Chrostowski writes: In implementing Holacracy, the CEO and top executives turn management over to self-organized teams. And it’s not just an idea on the pages of the latest business best-seller. Most notably, Zappos, the online shoe emporium, just adopted it wholesale, apparently the first big company to do so. Its roots go back a bit. File photo
Keith Chrostowski writes: In implementing Holacracy, the CEO and top executives turn management over to self-organized teams. And it’s not just an idea on the pages of the latest business best-seller. Most notably, Zappos, the online shoe emporium, just adopted it wholesale, apparently the first big company to do so. Its roots go back a bit. File photo

Attention CEOs: Would you dare turn your company over to self-directed teams?

July 21, 2014 10:39 PM

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