December 2021

Almost unnoticed, an ecosystem has developed alongside the agility we are familiar with that comes from a completely different approach: rethinking the structure and culture of a company as a whole.
We are talking about further developments of holocracy, sociocracy and so on… The interest in the companies that have chosen such a model has increased dramatically and there are also many new ones: while some time ago it was mainly smaller companies of up to 250 employees, now there are large companies that have organized themselves completely as a distributed organization of autonomous teams. I will show some examples and try to understand what are the common characteristics of these companies, why they are interesting for us as agilists and try to make a prediction about their success factors.

The slides can be found on Slideshare .

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