Behind how you create a future of work organization away from hierarchies towards networks and dynamic structures, there are common hard-learned lessons of what attitudes and principles they need. Here are 5 lessons from two successful flat organizations and wirearchies.
Mike Davis-Marks and I shared an overview of two future of work organizational models that are actually in action.
(a) Ethos as a network organization,
that is also launching an industry scale workforce planning
(b) SkillsPlanner for London Construction industry that brings together 30 companies, cities, government organizations, and colleges.
Presented at the HR Tech World Congress 2015 in Paris.
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