On the importance of “Why” from “Getting things done”

September 30, 2012
Getting_Things_Done

From David Allen’s book “Getting things done” Blog’s note: This is an ultimate book on “How”. We found many of its simple tips inspiring (such as if you have something to be done and can’t do it in 2 minutes write it down somewhere—calendar, to-do list, even a piece of [...]

A new and an old manager-free companies

September 16, 2012
Valve

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 Freedom Incs. and we hope this WSJ article will inspire some to liberate their own [...]

A Knowledge Management Blog on Corporate Liberation

August 9, 2012
Elsua

Liberate Your Company Through Employee Engagement By www.elsua.net   BLOG’S INTRO: This www.elsua.net post’s the author espouses the corporate liberation dear to us. He also makes a brief reference to our own work. It’s rewarding to see that Freeom Inc. ideas are spreading.   If there is one topic out [...]

Ridding of Rules — a small, useful step to freedom

August 8, 2012
Stupid rules matrix

Doing Away With Stupid Rules By LISA BODELL Wall Street Journal, Small Business, July 31, 2012 BLOG’S INTRO: The 1st step of your company’s liberation campaign is dismantling bureaucracy. And you do it to show respect for people intelligence. There is nothing more disrespectful of people brains than saying them: [...]

Listen to Vineet Nayar and visit HCL

July 31, 2012
Vineet Nayar

HCL’s Vineet Nayar Bloomberg UTV’s “The Date Pathbreakers” “Nayar was appointed president of HCL Technologies in April 2005. He went on to reshape the organization with his ‘Employee First, Customer Second’ philosophy, which placed the needs of the employee before those of the customer,” writes Wiki. HCL became the 4th [...]

Someonewhogivesadamn.com on NOT working for Google

July 30, 2012
Someone who gives a damn

Why Recent Graduates Should NOT Work For Google Google is supposed to be the perfect place to start a career. Many recent surveys have pictured the search giant as the world’s most attractive employer, with famous perks as the twenty percent free-time being highlighted by many as HR best practices. I [...]