Insights into "tribal" business (for HR/employees) - Nov 2013

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Modern businesses are experimenting with new organizational structures where the focus is on communities instead of hierarchies… top-down governance is being replaced with cultures where employees are …

Modern businesses are experimenting with new organizational structures where the focus is on communities instead of hierarchies… top-down governance is being replaced with cultures where employees are encouraged to self organize and become more adaptable.

Why is this being called a “tribal business” and what does it mean to grow a business in this way? How does working together like this motivate people to contribute more?

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  • 1. 40%
  • 2. “...the most engaged workers come up with most of the innovative ideas, create most of a company’s new customers and have the most entrepreneurial energy.” – 2013 Gallup Survey
  • 3. Scale fast and stay human!
  • 4. Community
  • 5. Play
  • 6. Play Shared resources
  • 7. Connection
  • 8. Place
  • 9. You’re already remote
  • 10. Spotify
  • 11. Happy Melly
  • 12. Cocoon Projects
  • 13. Purpose Autonomy Mastery Motivation Engaged Employees
  • 14. “The ultimate freedom for creative groups is the freedom to experiment with new ideas. Some skeptics insist that innovation is expensive. In the long run, innovation is cheap. Mediocrity is expensive – and autonomy can be the antidote.” –Tom Kelly, IDEO
  • 15. The business is greater than the original vision.
  • 16. Willingness to experiment
  • 17. Cocoon Projects
  • 18. Tribal Business Network Leadership Experiments
  • 19. Scale fast and stay human!
  • 20. www.LisetteSutherland.com @lightling