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Designing a human-centred company

Dawna talks to Giles Hutchins, author of 'Future Fit', about creating companies that are fit to surf the uncertainties of today's reality.
Dawna talks to Bonnitta Roy about her open architecture for self-managed companies, otherwise known as an Open Participatory Organization.
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Business wargaming

Business wargaming helps organisations to optimise their planning procedures and ensure their goals are achieved. Find out how to go about it, why you should give it a go and what you can learn from it.
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Implementing Holacracy

Dawna talks holacracy with Anna McGrath of Wonderworks Consulting, who worked with Zappos to roll out the controversial organizational structure.
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Leading in a boss-less company

Dawna talks to long-time W.L. Gore Associate, Michael Pacanowsky, about the company's trust-based culture and the benefits that distributing power brings with it.
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Dipping into LiquidO

Dawna talks to Stelio Verzera about LiquidO, an agile governance model championed by Cocoon Projects, a values-driven innovation company based in Italy.
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The Yoga of Max's Discontent

Dawna Jones talks to best-selling author, Karan Bajaj, about his new book, The Yoga of Max’s Discontent, and what it tells us about the leadership challenges executives face today.
Increasing quality and lowering costs is the holy grail of healthcare. And that’s precisely what Netherlands-based home care organization, Buurtzorg, has achieved. Listen on to find out how they do it.
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The gig economy

The gig economy is changing how we work and changing how organisations operate. But it also demands a change in mind-set, and that’s a step too far for some organisations.
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The road to self-management

Find out how one company went from being traditionally managed and organized to being a radical autonomous system with a quantum leap in profitability.
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Tomatoes and self-management

How does a business gets things done when there’s no boss and no-one is in control? Morning Star, the world’s largest tomato processing company, proves you don't need managers to run a successful company.
Understanding digital transformation and applying it to corporate strategy is one of the biggest challenges businesses face today. Our new series explores what it means in practice.
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Can flexible companies scale?

Dawna Jones talks to author Steve Denning about scaling practices like Agile, DevOps, Lean and Scrum to be effective in large organizations.
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Getting to grips with Agile

Find out how you can scale Agile to bring the whole company in better sync with changing market conditions and the pitfalls that you need to avoid.
Sociocracy 3.0 (S3) is a collaboration framework for evolving effective, resilient and agile organizations. Listen on to find out how it works in practice and how to start experimenting with it.
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Business and corporate stewardship

How can public companies square the traditional values of short-term profitability with the growing pressure to contribute to societal and ecological health? Listen on to find out.
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Innovation and rock n'roll

Dawna Jones talks to Peter Cook, a musician, scientist and business consultant who draws from his eclectic background to help companies to adopt an intelligent approach to innovation.
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Going beyond shareholder value

B Lab is a nonprofit organization dedicated to using the power of business to solve social and environmental problems. Founder Bart Houlahan talks to Dawna Jones about their mission.
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Encouraging change in business schools

What happens when business schools are less progressive than the companies hiring their graduates? The Global Responsible Leadership Initiative (GRLI) aims to close that gap.
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Redesigning the future of work

Redesigning the future of work is not a casual endeavor. So why are companies so interested in exploring better ways of organizing work - and what direction are they moving in?