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Work Revolution co-founder Josh Allan Dykstra interviews Doug Kirkpatrick from the Morning Star Self-Management Institute. The discussion begins with a brief history of Morning Star and the development of Self-Management, then covers a wide range of topics, including: CLOU, Steppingstones, Gaining Agreement and the "Misperceptions of Self-Management" outlined by Frederic Laloux in his article on the SMI site.
Apple, Inc., the California-based designer, developer and retailer of the absolute best computers and personal electronic devices on the market (I'm not biased), has long been renowned for it's exceptional design team. Apple's innovatively designed products have been the company's competitive advantage for many years, and new products, when released, are often trailblazers in their respective markets.
Paul Zak, author of The Moral Molecule: The Source of Love and Prosperity, presents his method for applying the insights of his research to organizations at the 2013 Symposium.
We discuss what career advancement looks like when there is no ladder to climb and field questions from viewers.
For his article in the Fall 2013 issue of The Conference Board Review ("Who's In Charge Here?"), Vadim Liberman researched a variety of self-managed companies and presents ways in which learning about "bossless organizations can teach you how to be a better boss."