A Teal Doctrine of Quality - The case of Teal self-organization
The Polish version of my book "A Teal Doctrine of Quality" has been sold in over 12.000 copies. In May 2015, the book took first place in the category "The best economic guide" in the Economicus 2015 competition organized by “Dziennik Gazeta Prawna” (A Legal Journal). In June 2016, the book received the award of the Collegium of Business Administration of the Warsaw School of Economics “for the best work in the field of enterprise sciences in the years 2014-2015”.
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"I dispensed with the false comfort that making detailed plans can bring – and falling back on the notion of control – in what was a highly uncertain environment. Detailed annual plans may have been standard practice a hundred years ago, but in our modern world this is far from ideal.”
Most of us know monopolies are bad. “They have no incentive to deliver better products or to get more efficient.” And if a monopoly can do whatever it likes, the victim is likely to be the customer. If it exists outside an organization, measures can be taken to end that. Within organizations, creating monopolies seems standard practice, but why!?