Agile and Lean have delivered fantastic results for improving flow of value to customers, but sooner or later agile teams bump into limitations, especially as an organization grows. Learn about the principles of Sociocracy 3.0 and how its modular menu of patterns can help organizations to navigate complexity, tap collective intelligence to continually innovate, and grow enterprise wide agility at any scale.
Good governance should enable individuals and teams to get on with creating maximal value and avoid unnecessary bottlenecks of a decision making hierarchy. But for organizations to maintain and evolve effectiveness, sometimes it pays to invest time in collaborative decision making between affected stakeholders. This workshop reveals some basic principles and practices for doing so in ways that make the best use of a diversity of perspectives while avoiding the pitfall of consensus decision making paralysis!
James Priest serves internationally, providing organizational development consultancy, learning facilitation and mentoring for people wishing to evolve collaborative, adaptive organizations at scale. He is a co-founder and developer of the Sociocracy 3.0 framework.