More on "Network of teams"
I've read your articles in the section "Network of teams" on your website, and I'm interested in more case studies with real transformations and especially in some theoretical approaches which may work for big companies, e.g., platforms organizations. I want to ask you for advice: do you or Joost know other ways on how to build scalable but flat organizations? If yes, where I may read about it? Maybe you've already published something that I missed?
Did you check out these as well:
Joost probably has more on this as it is in line with his PhD research.
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More and more is being written about self-managing and decentralised ways of working, with organisations like Haier and Buurtzorg capturing the attention of management and business thinkers the world over. However, most (if not all) of the focus in these case studies tends to be on structures and processes. Don’t get me wrong, structures and processes are extremely important. But they are not enough if we truly want our organisations to shift.