03 - 04 November 2016
M Shed, Bristol, UK

Self-organising teams - unicorns or the real deal?

Dariusz Wylon Selleo

Session type: Case Study
Session duration: 45 minutes

Slides from session

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About this Case Study

In this interactive case study, I would like to present how we used the agile approach to create a self-organising company. Starting with Management 3.0 tools and techniques and coaching people how to be self-organised and self-managed, we created a company without managers which is now based on the circles and roles as seen in Holacracy or Sociocracy 3.0.

Our approach is designed around the '6 Es of self-organisation':

  • engage people and their interactions
  • enable everyone to improve the system
  • encourage a knowledge sharing culture
  • employ for attitude not for skill
  • empower people to create the system
  • ensure happiness at work

During this session I will show real life examples, based on the last 4 years, showing what we are doing in each of these phases.

About the Speaker

Dariusz is an innovative facilitator and business coach with more than 10 years' experience, fostering change and supporting multinational clients in financial services, FMG and IT industries. He is Chief Communications Officer at Selleo - one of the most innovatively managed software development houses in Poland - and a senior consultant/executive coach at Simitri Group International, a globally recognised executive training and development company.

Dariusz likes personal and organisational development and has collaborated with managers from 18 countries throughout the world and worked with companies like Cisco, Credit Suisse and Unilever. He is also a certified agile coach and management 3.0 facilitator.


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