Monday, March 6th from 5:30-7:30pm
Come learn about the key ideas at the heart of Holacracy and participate in a simulated Holacracy governance meeting. You’ll see how Holacracy creates the foundation for a purpose-driven organization and leverages “tension processing” to dynamically steer the organization towards achieving that purpose.
Holacracy® is an approach to running an organization based on a system of extreme empowerment and self-management. It was created in 2007 and is now used by hundreds of organization around the world, of all types and sizes. Holacracy is quite different from how organizations are traditionally managed and as a result it is often misunderstood. Holacracy does not use a management hierarchy, but it is not “structureless” or “flat”. In fact, Holacracy has a very defined structure that evolves in a dynamic way through the Holacracy governance process. Everyone in the organization participates in this governance, but decisions are not made by consensus. There is a lot of autonomy, but there are also very clear accountabilities and new approaches for maintaining alignment.
- Learn how Holacracy works and the changes required for an organization to use Holacracy
- Experience a Holacracy governance meeting and see it dynamically evolve the structure of the organization
- Thought provoking ideas to challenge your assumptions about leadership and management
• 5:30pm – Registration, Light Snacks & Beverages
• 6:00-7:30pm – Keynote Program
• 7:30-7:45pm – Continue to network and share insights
• 7:45-9:00pm – Social hour across street at Whole Food (optional)
Eric Babinet has been working with Holacracy since 2010 and has been a Certified Holacracy Coach since 2014. He has helped two organizations adopt Holacracy and has many years of experience guiding Agile transformation initiatives at Bay Area companies including Salesforce, SAP, and Credit Karma. He has extensive experience coaching teams and leaders on Agile approaches such as Scrum and Kanban. He is passionate about helping organizations learn to operate with greater self-management, so that they can become more adaptive, more successful, and better places to work.
Date(s) - 03/06/2017
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
UCSC Extension Silicon Valley