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.
At the end November, 2015, Dawna joined a workshop hosted by Swedish Agile company CRISP to learn about the Sociocracy 3.0 (S3) movement. CRISP consultant Michael Goethe and Sociocracy 3.0 co-founder James Priest explain how Sociocracy 3.0 offers a scalable governance model, one more suited to engaging employees in the changes affecting them.
Listen to the conversation to learn:
- What CRISP is (hint: It’s not a potato chip!)
- How CRISP operates without a CEO and why they decided to redistribute the position
- The difference between traditional Sociocracy, Sociocracy 3.0 and Holacracy
- How Sociocracy practices can speed efficiency and effectiveness
- How to give people a voice in the decision making process
- How S3 resolves some of the tensions traditional Sociocracy and Holacracy don’t
- How to use tension to navigate change and scale agility.
As companies look to become more agile finding ways to redistribute power need rigorous yet inclusive process. Sociocracy 3.0 is a governance process that companies can implement slowly, one skill-set at a time.
For a more detailed explanation of the history and practise of sociocracy, listen to Dawna’s webinar with James Priest.
This is the first in a series of conversations aimed at offering options to start-ups and to mid-large companies. Awareness is growing that all employees need to be engaged if the company is to thrive. And about time too, says Dawna! And please offer your comments below.
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