FASST – an introduction and invitation

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This open letter is for people who need an introduction to FASST, and also for people considering how they will be involved. It addresses the questions of What? Why? When? Where? How? – and most importantly Who? (Links to further information are given at the end). If you want to get involved let me know… Read more »

Response to “Machine Money and People Money”

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I like it when a down-to-earth article addresses issues that some people would otherwise find hard to take seriously. It gives me a credible jumping off point for some of the  conversations I want to have. “Machine Money and People Money” offers a useful perspective on work and employment, and how they are not necessarily… Read more »

Updating Dadamac.org on the FASST experiment

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Hi Dadamac Friends, This is to update you all about  FASST – the learning-by-doing holacracy initiative that I’m doing with EvolvingOrganisation. I’m currently encouraging individuals, rather than organisations, to get involved. Later I’ll be inviting organisations. Although it’s too soon to invite dadamac.org I’d like you all to know where FASST is headed. This is… Read more »

FASST in two worlds – working freely and paying the bills

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Hi G (second G) Here’s the latest perspective on FASST and how it fits in the two conflicting realities of collaboration and competition. These notes may prove useful for our Skype call. Things have moved on since I shared the post about the 10 questions for FASST (a future-focussed experiment with holacracy and teal) and… Read more »

Cluetrain 1999 – things about markets and company culture that teal people will recognise.

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I’ve just discovered the Cluetrain manifesto – I’ve copied the start of the introduction below – with my “teal perspective” italics added. A powerful global conversation has begun. Through the Internet, people are discovering and inventing new ways to share relevant knowledge with blinding speed. As a direct result, markets are getting smarter, …and getting… Read more »