On March 2023, a Brussels-based consultancy AION has organized a conference on the liberating leadership and liberated companies inviting many local business leaders. It is remarkable that AION describes itself as a liberated … Continue reading Leadership conference organized by a liberated company
An outstanding experiment in self-diection done in the real NBA game and by the best NBA team of the last years. Steve Kerr hands coaching duties to Warriors players in rout of Suns Feeling his players … Continue reading NBA: 1st ever experiement of a self-directing team, coach aside (Warriors/Kerr)
INSEAD famous business school has just published an extensive case study on Poult company’s liberation story from 2005 to 2015. Previously, there were case studies on the historical corporate liberations, such as Harvard Business School’s … Continue reading INSEAD on Poult’s corporate liberation
In France, almost every couple of days a company or public sector organization is entering corporate liberation. How about US? Here is one more example on how a company’s leader decided to liberate his company. … Continue reading Nearsoft: A Silicon Valley software company based on freedom and responsibility
I met Ben Kuiken in 2010 in Paris, after the publication of Freedom, Inc. and because he liked it (see his blog post). His passion for the freedom and responsibility in companies soon resulted in a book De laatste manager – Een pleidooi … Continue reading Ben Kuiken’s “The last manager” English edition
On May 15, 2017, Financial Times printed edition has featured two articles on Michelin world-wide corporate liberation. Michelin calls it “responsabilisation” while FT calls it revolution. The first article “Power to the workers: Michelin’s great … Continue reading Financial Times on Michelin liberation of worker responsibility and initiaitive
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.
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
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