Tag Archives: Organizational Democracy

Change the World by Changing the Workplace

Ironically, if you want to hit people where they live, you need to hit them where they work. For better or worse, work dominates much of our time and identity. I believe the first step to a more democratic world … Continue reading

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Strong Leaders Choose Choice

Knee-jerk critics of organizational democracy typically misrepresent a self-governed workplace as some sort of directionless commune. Yet, as I point out in E Pluribus Kinko‚Äôs, strong leadership is a key prerequisite for the kind of democracy we encouraged. We wanted … Continue reading

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