A SET OF INTERVIEWS WITH OUTSTANDING MANAGEMENT PIONEERS
In search of a unified firm-market theory and practice of organizing
In these interviews, we learn directly from the experience of remarkable companies and thought leaders that are bravely walking the path towards self-management.
We ask fundamental questions regarding the future of organizing in the 21st Century, based on emerging trends pioneered both by Haier Group, with its Rendanheyi model, and many other well-known trailblazers from different industries and parts of the world.
We'll be hearing the insightful perspectives of John Hagel, Doug Kirkpatrick, Jabi Salcedo Bilbao, Michele Zanini, Bill Fisher, Martin Reeves and more.
Part of our ongoing research work on the Entrepreneurial Ecosystem Enabling Organization (EEEO)
Explore with us how to integrate business model innovation with organizational development in a new emerging framework that we're releasing for free in Creative Commons.
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EEEO Micro-Enterprise Lead at Boundaryless
The effects of socio-technological disruption on the firm and its value co-creation flows.
The discontinuities in values, beliefs and principles at the basis of innovative organizational practices.
What really stands out in Hayer’s decades-long experimentation and success.
Structural commonalities and divergences among Haier’s Rendaheyi and the trajectory other pioneers have moved along.
The shifting role of leadership in nurturing intrapreneurship and a more entrepreneurial momentum.
Why incumbents find it so hard to aggressively follow a power distribution path and how they can most effectively embark on this journey.
What these approaches are suggesting about rethinking public institutions and our society at large.
Our Ongoing Research
Haier's 40 years of Rendanheyi journey pointed to dramatically different ways for large enterprises to define their strategy, assign and coordinate work, motivate employees, engage customers (you can read our ongoing research here).
Our current activities
We're developing a framework to integrate business model innovation with organizational development in a new evolving toolkit that we recently released for free in Creative Commons, and that you can download here. This research stream on Entrepreneurial Organizations is contributing to the further development of the EEEO Toolkit.
The next public masterclass on Haier's Rendanheyi model and the EEEO Toolkit is planned for this October, 21st-23rd, online, with Prof. Bill Fischer and Simone Cicero (register above to receive a discount).
Through the Entrepreneurial Ecosystem Enabling Organization (EEEO) framework, we're crafting and conducting large-scale interventions to support leading corporate groups at addressing the massive opportunities untapped in their human systems (reach out if you want to know more).
We're conducting the set of interviews to pioneers introduced above and that you will find published on this page (register above to be updated).
Insights, lessons learned and further area of developments from our own adoption of Rendanheyi and Sociocracy on Boundaryless itself will be discussed at the upcoming Rendanheyi Boundaryless Network OpenTalk 2020.
Read our Summary for Thinkers50's book
This article offers a review of the meaning of ecosystemic organizing in the wake of changes that — unfolding in real-time — are today hard to predict in their long term impacts, despite appearing already as far-reaching, structurally changing and ground shaking.
“… we may be witnessing the dawn of a new age of organising. The developments of this new wave will happen … in the realm of fluid cooperation for a world in constant flux more than at the scale of single market opportunities and in the groove of competition.”
Learning and applying Haier's Model of Organizing
Certified by the Haier Model Research Institute
Join the upcoming 3 Half Day online course certified by the Haier Model Institute that Bill Fischer, Simone Cicero and team will facilitate online on October 21-22-23 for a limited cohort of maximum 40 participants.
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