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Implementing Holacracy with Dennis Wittrock

Season 2, Ep. 47

Dennis Wittrock of encode.org shares a case study of Hypoport, a fintech company that opted to implement Holacracy. Despite the assumption that Holacracy is flat and unstructured it is the opposite. Dennis walks us through the process of moving from deciding on self-management to implementing it in a company with many moving parts, growing through acquisition and diverging cultures. What each self-managed governance model brings is an explicit structure that enables stronger peer-to-peer relationships. Included in Holacracy and Sociocracy 3.0 is using tensions as a means to work with conflicting zones. Related interviews are found on my previous podcast either on iTunes or the last twenty are posted on www.management-issues.com/eprovoc and on EP15 of this podcast with Tom Tomison.


Dennis Wittrock, M.A., Holacracy Coach at Hypoport, partner at encode.org, founder of Integral Europe, founder and former co-director of the IEC 2014 and 2016, served 5 years as CEO and board member of Integrales Forum and the Integral Academy in Germany. His purpose is to create spaces for the emergence of integral consciousness. www.integral-con-text.de Our conversation took place just before the European Integral Conference.


Host Dawna Jones designs novel ways to transcend wickedly complex problems. Extensive research, profound insight, combine with biology, physics and perceiving systems result in reigniting the power of the human spirit. www.FromInsightToAction.com #speaker #author #strategic insights #change innovator #facilitator #podcaster

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How do you want to see your country, the world, nature, planet, people, context, interaction? And how does what you are working on actually contribute to achieving it? These are the questions The Futures Project asks. The challenges humanity face, demand diverse voices and expertise from many corners so pre-Covid international policy advisor Dr. Julia Stamm pulled together The Futures Project. When Covid hit, the organization carried on receiving over 600 applications from change agents worldwide, who keep working to bring solutions that last with or without a pandemic to catalyze inspired innovation. As a policymaker, Dr. Stamm reflects on what it takes to replace short-term focus with an appreciation of the big picture. Her extensive experience in national and international academic institutions and international organizations gives her a unique perspective on where gaps in perception and action intersect.Julia founded The Futures Project in autumn 2019. She has long-standing leadership and management experience in national and international academic institutions and international organisations, such as COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology) and the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Research and Innovation. In 2017, Julia set up and ran the G20 Think Tank Summit Global Solutions. She is an Adjunct Senior Fellow at the Centre for Policy Futures at the University of Queensland, Australia, a member of the Hertie School Alumni Council and its Academic Senate and a member of the Advisory Board of the Museum for the Future in Nuremberg, Germany.

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