Can the liberated company philosophy work in governmental organizations? Aren’t public services an equivalent of bureaucracy and rigidity? Of course, the Special Forces for a long time, and the Navy most recently (see David Marquet liberating … Continue reading The 1st liberated governmental organization: Belgian Ministry of Social Security
On June 27 we had a 1-hour discussion with Ricardo Semler on how France became the first country in the world where there is a true corporate liberation movement. Not 1, not 10, not 100 … Continue reading Ricardo Semler discusses how to actually do #CorporateLiberation with @isaacgetz. Next : June 30 at 7pm CET
In an earlier post we mentioned a young French video producer who created a cartoon to explain what a liberated company is. The English subtitles are now fully integreated.
A young French video producer invited us to colaborate in the production of a cartoon to explain what a liberated company is. It’s in French but the subtitles are available in the Youtube setting by choosing English subtitles: … Continue reading A “Freedom, Inc.” cartoon (1 min.)
We have already wrote on this blog that military doesn’t have to mean command-and-control and that it started in the 19th century. Yet examples of military organizations with freedom- and responsibility-based environments are still rare. Marines and Special … Continue reading US Navy captain David Marquet liberates his submarine and moves it from the US worst to first
Here is a teaser of the 90′ minute film scheduled on ARTE chain on the Happiness at Work. The producers have already filmed a dozen of freedom incs and their leaders and employees. Their goal is … Continue reading Teaser of the 90′ minute film scheduled on ARTE chain on the Happiness at Work
We have studied for our book Zappos, then a young company. Since then, it has been acquired by Amazon.com but its culture seems to go on and Tony Hsie, the leader who built it and … Continue reading Inside Zappos culture
Ricardo Semler is one of the best thinkers among the leaders who built a freedom-based organization. In this 6′ video he takes Kafka’s parables to deliver a powerful message to every leader and every man … Continue reading Ricardo Semler on the door which open opens only for you
Laurent is a friend and we share our views on corporate liberation. He recently attended an event in Lille, France where several cases have been highlighted. Read here his report.
Who’s the Boss? There Isn’t One By Rachel Emma Silverman June 19, 2012 BLOG’S INTRO: A recent article on a freedom-based company we know—Gore—and a more recent company—Valve. It’s always interesting to learn about new … Continue reading A new and an old manager-free companies