From Sociocracy To Holacracy

From Sociocracy To Holacracy

We were 30 out of 170 people in our company who used Sociocracy for over 3 years. We - the sociocratic part - wanted to switch to Holacracy. This talk looks at what we learned and how we made that transition safe enough to try and good enough for now.

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leifhanack

May 02, 2019
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  1. FROM SOCIOCRACY TO HOLACRACY our reasons behind

  2. AGENDA

  3. Michael Geiß michael.geiss at europace.de Leif Hanack leif.hanack at europace.de

    @leifhanack welcome.europace.de tech.europace.de @europace Photo by Melinda Gimpel on Unsplash
  4. We make financing products comparable and the process easy to

    understand, so that customer can make the right decision: anytime and with trust and confidence. welcome.europace.de EUROPACE
  5. TIMELINE

  6. None
  7. our best practices

  8. let tools support you Photo by Bud Helisson on Unsplash

  9. align on purpose Photo by Jordan Madrid on Unsplash

  10. Photo by Benny Jackson on Unsplash everyone everything does not

    scale
  11. Photo by Tim Marshall on Unsplash the power of role

    nomination
  12. transparent proposals, transparent change Photo by Javier Allegue Barros on

    Unsplash
  13. save enough to try, good enough for now Photo by

    Markus Spiske on Unsplash
  14. why we switched

  15. Photo by Randy Fath on Unsplash problems using multiple org

    systems
  16. getting all on the same train ain’t easy and is

    time consuming Photo by José Martín Ramírez C on Unsplash
  17. Photo by Clint Adair on Unsplash not every colleague was

    well connected
  18. learnings & adaption

  19. using synergies pays off Photo by Mike Scheid on Unsplash

  20. minimal double linking because of bottom up Photo by Toa

    Heftiba on Unsplash
  21. make accountabilities explicit with roles Photo by JOSHUA COLEMAN on

    Unsplash
  22. each role has a term Photo by Seth Macey on

    Unsplash
  23. use consent for assignment of roles

  24. wrap up

  25. questions Photo by Emily Morter on Unsplash