Today I decluttered my collection of interesting articles.
There was this one article about holacracy.
I read about this idea some years ago in an interview about Tony Hsieh.
As a software engineer, I oftentimes think about ideas like agility, change and transparency.
Software is connected to business processes.
When a business process changes, we have to be agile enough to adapt the software to the new changes.
So how much do I need to know about the business process and its context?
Is change the default mode of business? Of life?
Which concepts lead to easier handling of change?
This is how I found the concept of open-book management.
The basis of open-book management is that the information received by employees should not only help them do their jobs effectively but help them understand how the company is doing as a whole.
The technique is to give employees all relevant financial information about the company so they can make better decisions as workers.
This sounds very interesting.