Worker collectives make decisions by practicing direct democracy. In NOBL’s case, decisions are made by a broad consensus and operates with little hierarchy.
The objective: Decision-making by consent which led them to Sociocracy. Decision-making members are organized in circles with a Learn, Do, Measure mindset.
Cooperatives, with their community focus, are increasingly viewed as alternatives to the economic models of capitalism and socialism. Explore cooperatives!
What happens when a company transitions from a traditional business model to one with distributed authority – Holacracy? At Covert.com this brought work to the forefront and allowed it to guide the organization’s structure and management process.
Business and Organizational Models for a New World During the 5th season of the Activate World podcast, we will explore if different business and organizational models create more activating dynamics for teams and individuals. Today, cooperatives are being reconsidered and implemented. Holacracy is more than a fad, and Sociocracy is being tested and embraced. Although…
How do you create a more diverse tech industry with greater numbers of empowered women? According to Debbie Forster, you stop talking about it and take action by engaging companies to recruit women to tech, collect data, and share best practices.
Phim Her is a Hmong-American refugee who uses art and design to impact sociocultural innovation. Her interests are in helping people from diverse backgrounds become empowered, have a voice, and find a path forward in the design industry.
Christine McCarey is founder and CEO of ImpactDEI, a consultancy that helps companies embed diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) into their DNA. Christine held three positions at RetailMeNot, Inc., the digital savings destination that connects consumers with retailers, restaurants and brands. Listen Now
Michaela Ayers, Diversity & Inclusion Advocate, PayScale Founder, Nourish Michaela Ayers is a customer education lead at compensation research firm PayScale Inc. She is also a training lead in Payscale’s Diversity Task Force that works across departments to create engaging opportunities for employees and to foster a healthy work environment. Michaela is the founder of Nourish,…
Dr. Dolly Chugh, Associate Professor of Management and Organizations, New York University Stern School of Business Dr. Dolly Chugh is an award-winning, tenured professor at the New York University Stern School of Business. She studies implicit bias and unintentional unethical behavior (“bounded ethicality”). Dolly teaches MBA courses in leadership, management, and negotiations, and is the faculty…