Alumni

SMPIG-Autonomy The New Norm, Isn't Self-Management

Chicago Booth Alumni Club of Chicago

April 15, 2016: 7:30 AM - 8:45 AM

Understand what self-management really entails and where and why it's differentiating organizations.

Where

Lockton Company
500 W. Monroe
Chicago, Illinois

Event Details

It's been 9 years since Gary Hamel wrote about Morningstar Farms and their "radical" self-management. If Gallups' poll numbers are right, worker engagement has been dragging for a long time at 13% and middle management squeezed for a long time. Daniel Pink has also been beating this same drum but the reality is self-management is not an easy cultural adjustment for many people.

This month we take a deeper look to understand what self-management really entails and where and why it's differentiating organizations—how decentralization affects business models.

Join us on April 15, as we look at the risks and rewards for organizations who choose to pursue this approach.

Time: 7:30 -8:45 am

Location: Lockton Companies, 500 W. Monroe st., Chicago IL

Please read the following articles in advance and be prepared to discuss

DO Register* as space is limited to the first 20 registrants* (security).

Light breakfast provided courtesy of our hosts Lockton Companies.

*NOTE, if you register and your schedule changes please let Rachel know (rkaberon@arkaysolutions.com) and she will release your spot to others.

ARTICLES

https://www.academia.edu/738909/Autonomous_Cooperation-based_Business_Models

http://www.self-managementinstitute.org/five-crucial-competencies-of-self-management

http://www.gallup.com/businessjournal/182414/delegating-huge-management-challenge-entrepreneurs.aspx

OPTIONAL

http://www.fastcompany.com/3044352/the-secrets-of-holacracy

A case Study of home healthcare cost savings and extended autonomy

http://www.commonwealthfund.org/publications/case-studies/2015/may/home-care-nursing-teams-netherlands

Cost

No Charge

Registration

Register Online

Deadline: 4/15/2016

Questions

Rachel Kaberon