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Stages of human organizations

As explained in "Reinventing Organizations" by Frederic Laloux
by

Hoang-Anh Phan

on 13 December 2014

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Transcript of Stages of human organizations

Constant exercise of power by chief to keep troops in line.
Fear
is the glue of the organization. Highly reactive, short-term focus. Thrives in chaotic environments.
Highly formal roles within a
hierarchical pyramid
.
Top-down command and control (what and how).
Stability
valued above all through rigorous processes. Future is repetition of the past.
Division of labour
Command authority
Wolf pack
Formal roles
Processes
Army
Mafia
Street gangs
Tribal militias
Catholic Church
Military
Most government agencies
Public school system
Goal is to beat
competition
; achieve profit and growth.
Innovation
is key to staying ahead. Management by objectives (command and control on what; freedom on the how)
Innovation
Accountability
Meritocracy
Machine
Multinational companies
Charter Schools
Within the classic pyramid structure, focus on
culture
and
empowerment
to achieve extraordinary employee motivation.
Empowerment
Values-driven culture
Stakeholder model
Family
culture driven organizations
Southwest Airlines,
Ben & Jerry's, etc.
Living entity
Purpose driven organizations
Buurtzog, Patagonia
Holacracy, FAVI, etc.
Effective
self-organizing
teams, serving the organization's
purpose
by asking individuals to follow their own purpose and being fully themselves.
Self-management
Wholeness
Evolutionary purpose
Impulsive
Red
Conformist
Amber
Achievement
Orange
Pluralistic
Green
Evolutionary
Teal
Organization operating paradigms
http://www.reinventingorganizations.com/
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