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Reinventing Organizations: A Guide to Creating Organizations Inspired by the Next Stage of Human Consciousness (English Edition) di [Laloux, Frederic]
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The way we manage organizations seems increasingly out of date. Deep inside, we sense that more is possible. We long for soulful workplaces, for authenticity, community, passion, and purpose.

In this groundbreaking book, the author shows that every time, in the past, when humanity has shifted to a new stage of consciousness, it has achieved extraordinary breakthroughs in collaboration. A new shift in consciousness is currently underway. Could it help us invent a more soulful and purposeful way to run our businesses and nonprofits, schools and hospitals?

A few pioneers have already cracked the code and they show us, in practical detail, how it can be done. Leaders, founders, coaches, and consultants will find this work a joyful handbook, full of insights, examples, and inspiring stories.


"Congratulations on a spectacular treatise! This is truly pioneering work. In terms of integral sophistication, there is simply nothing like it out there."
--Ken Wilber, from the Foreword

"The most exciting book I've read in years on organization design and leadership models."
--Jenny Wade, Ph.D., Author of Changes of Mind

"A book like Reinventing Organizations only comes along once in a decade. Sweeping and brilliant in scope, it is the Good To Great for a more enlightened age.
What it reveals about the organizational model of the future is exhilarating and deeply hopeful."

--Norman Wolfe, Author of The Living Organization

"A comprehensive, highly practical account of the emergent worldview in business. Everything you need to know about building a new paradigm organization!"
--Richard Barrett, Chairman and Founder, Barrett Values Center

"Frederic Laloux has done business people and professionals everywhere a signal service. He has discovered a better future for organizations by describing, in useful detail, the unusual best practices of today."
--Bill Torbert, Author of Action Inquiry

"As the rate of change escalates exponentially, the old ways of organizing and educating, which were designed for efficiency and repetition, are dying. Frederic Laloux is one of the few management leaders exploring what comes next. It's deeply different."
--Bill Drayton, Founder, Ashoka: Innovators for the Public


Frederic Laloux works as an adviser, coach, and facilitator for corporate leaders who feel called to explore fundamentally new ways of organizing. A former Associate Partner with McKinsey & Company, he holds an MBA from INSEAD and a degree in coaching from Newfield Network in Boulder, Colorado.

His groundbreaking research in the field of emerging organizational models has been described as groundbreaking, brilliant, spectacular, impressive, and world-changing by some of the most respected scholars in the field of human development. Frederic Laloux lives in Brussels, Belgium, with his wife, Hélène, and their two children.

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  • Editore: Nelson Parker (9 febbraio 2014)
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Un libro notevole. Mentre altri libri, anche ottimi, si limitano a dimostrare che c'è bisogno di nuovi paradigmi organizzativi capaci di combinare efficacia (rispetto alla missione) con alti livelli di soddisfazione del personale, questo libro offre anche soluzioni concrete. Presenta un quadro teorico completo e coerente e presenta molti casi relativi a diversi settori. Li descrive in modo chiaro, approfondito e ben strutturato, precisando come in ciascuno dei casi si configurano le diverse variabili di organizzazione (struttura, processi, sistema premiante, ecc.). NOTA: l'autore è Fredric Laloux e non Ken Wilber, che ha scritto solo la prefazione, anch'essa utile e ben scritta.
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Non si può non pensare quanto questi modelli organizzativi siano necessari per provare a ridare slancio alle persone in azienda.
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Incredibly useful book for all of us working for a new and better way to navigating this current VUCA world
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... da una collega californiana. Ma Laloux non scrive niente di nuovo, questo suo libro sembra uno dei tanti manualetti di management scritti solo per essere pubblicati e fare cash. Re-inventare le organizzazioni richiede molto di più - o molto meno?. Certamente richiede di muoversi su percorsi diversi, innovativi - quindi rischiosi. Ma quale manager è disposto a correre rischi?
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5.0 su 5 stelle Astounding, Revolutionary, But Practical Book. Must Read Book For Virtually Everyone Today. 23 ottobre 2015
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Very, very good book which should be read by virtually everyone.

The author makes a compelling case that modern industrial society needs a new type of organizational structure, which he believes is the next evolutionary leap in how humans can organize to better accomplish the complex tasks of this era, and which can decrease the discontent and malaise of current world society.

He gives a theoretical explanation, but much more importantly, gives numerous examples of currently existing revolutionarily organized and run companies, which have independently developed similar ideas that the author studied and then organized into his idea of the new model, which he calls a "teal" organization (using color analogies to broadly classify types of organizations).

The specifics are compelling. Rarely do you find a book like this which is so revolutionary in its view and conceptually well thought out, but so practical in how it can be done, with details of strengths and pitfalls using the real experiences of real companies.

The heart and sole of the new organization is a radically different work place structure, with no conventional bosses, little formal hierarchy, authority resting in people who see a problem and take person responsibility for helping to guide a solution using consultation and collaboration, leading to commitment from everyone, and to rediscovering meaning at work. The opportunities for increased individual and group performance and productivity are huge. The many challenges such a structure would create have been carefully thought out and addressed.

This book deserves whatever awards can be given so that will be read and discussed by as wide an audience as possible. Please consider reading it!

Bravo to the author! An exceptional piece of work!

A word of caution: skip the intro, which is not written by the author, doesn't add anything to the book, is long and tedious, and is academic self-congratulations of the worst type. Also, don't get discouraged by the exposition at the beginning of the book by the author of his theory, which is interesting, and gives a framework for the rest of the book, but is perhaps overly academic. The heart of his book is in the real life examples which explain how and why teal structures really work, and why this type of organization offers a revolutionary leap in human society.
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4.0 su 5 stelle Great information but can be hard to read and stick ... 4 aprile 2016
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Great information but can be hard to read and stick with. I have sent this book to two other people and both of them said that they had a hard time getting through it.

The book describes the evolution of organizational models and differentiates them using a color coding system. The primary focus is on the most progressive of the models, called teal which emphasizes self-management, purpose and wholeness among other principles. The world would really benefit from adopting this mindset more and I highly recommend this book despite the challenges with getting through it.
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5.0 su 5 stelle I generally dislike business and management books 22 ottobre 2014
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I generally dislike business and management books. The whole community of business management writers seems self-serving, and completely inconsequential. How many books are written that always boil down to the same message over and over: "invest in your people they are your most important asset".

What I like about this book is that it gets to the heart of why Business fails to execute on this simple idea. Because of the Power Relationships inherent in culture and organizational structure of most businesses. You get the best out of people when you trust them and give them power to make decisions. Not by "empowering them" as if some top-down executive is dolling out charity, but by fundamentally creating and equal playing field from the start. This creates shared power, shared responsibility, to the benefit of everyone.

I love this book, I can't recommend it enough.
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5.0 su 5 stelle The work of the next 50-100 years starts NOW 31 dicembre 2015
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“The most exciting breakthroughs of the twenty-first century will not occur because of technology, but because of an expanding concept of what it means to be human”. – John Naisbitt

I am not a digital native. For most of my life, ideas, concepts, epiphanies and inputs entered my consciousness (or sub-conscious) at an analog rate. Today, bite-sized ‘dopamine snacks’ of information mainline into our brains in a virtually continual stream, curated to our unique way of thinking and being.

It may be nostalgic, but I’m grateful for my age in this particular instance! It’s meant that ideas and revelations, seemingly unconnected and unrelated, have been allowed years and sometimes decades to cogitate, marinate, ferment. Then something happens – the spark, the connection, like ‘hmmm I wonder what would happen if we connected the yellow and pink wires’ and BOOM!

That’s how Fredric Laloux’s work hit me. Finally, I was able to make sense of my sense that self-actualization and how we interact with the organizations in which we do our professional work are not separate, and that in fact, like us, the organizations themselves are evolutionary constructs. Reinventing Organizations identifies the evolutionary conditions for transformation to Teal, where fear is replaced by the capacity for trust, thereby relinquishing our need to control others. Integral theory, metaphors for evolution, wholeness and vulnerability, self-organizing management, work and teams, personal accountability, purpose centered work – all come together in this breakthrough exposition.

Using real world examples of organizations that are pioneering the paradigm of self-management, Laloux shows us what is possible when we are fearless. The Morningstar tomato processing plant where employees set their own salaries. The FAVI auto-parts factory in France, where radical transparency and trust breeds radical responsibility. Perhaps the most profound story is that of Buurtzorg – non-profit in the Netherlands, which self-organized into the largest neighborhood nursing service in the country. And of course, we’re all following the great Zappos experiment.
Beyond self-management, Laloux moots other two conditions as fundamental: Wholeness and Evolutionally purpose – that the organization is a living organism with it’s own life force.

Wholeness is particularly resonant for me; I believe the concept of work/life balance so unnecessary. What if we brought all of who we are to everything we do? Could we dare make ourselves so vulnerable? Are we strong enough to hold a space of trust impervious to judgment? That is the action I am taking, and invite us all to take – we can each play a part in tilling the soil – holding that space for us all to plant ourselves without fear – and readying it for the growth of the next fifty years.
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4.0 su 5 stelle See What's Coming 9 aprile 2016
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This book describes what could be the next version of the organization. This evolving new version is very different from the hierarchal, command and control organization that predominates today.

I initially found the book challenging to read. The beginning section of the book takes an in-depth look at the societal stages of development, levels of consciousness, culture and the types of organizations found in each of the different stages. This in depth study is done through the eyes of evolutionary, developmental and integral theory.

Laloux notes that every transition to a new stage has resulted in significant changes to the human experience. Each stage is identified by a specific, designated color – infrared, magenta, red, amber, orange and green. This book is about the new emerging stage being referred to as the teal stage of development and especially the organizations that will be found in this stage.

After describing the overall look of the teal stage, the author focused the remainder of the book on the nature and framework of the emerging teal organization. There are actually a number of existing teal organizations portrayed in the book.

I found it very interesting to read about these organizations. Once I made it through the initial portion of the book focused on the various historical stages of development, my reading of the book went along quite well. I was glad I did not set the book aside during the early going.

If you are interested in the study of organizations, or if you are curious as to what the organization of the future might look like, this book should be a must read. I know I am glad I read it.
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