TRACK: It's Project Management Jim, but not as we know it
For the past couple of years, the concept of self-organization is spreading across the agile community. A lot of discussions and conference presentations about the ways of moving from command-and-control model to full self-organizing, collaborating teams. But have you ever had a chance to see a real-life company adapting it on a daily basis? Would you like to know if it is at all possible? And are the people working in the company really eager to self-organize? Some time ago, inspired by Holacracy and Sociocracy 3.0, we've introduced functional circles and roles, creating a flat structure with self-organizing and self-managing client-oriented teams. We used participative approach to decision making and focused on cultural fit, as we firmly believe, that client satisfaction has its roots in the well-being and happiness of the people who deliver the service.
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by Michael Mahlberg, Thomas Epping