Policies in a nutshellHi, would it be possible for someone with more holacracy experience to clarify policies mechanics and what can/cant be a valid policy. Some real examples from my young Holacracy organisation: One that get the dishes dirty, washes it. Every circle must define their OKR (Objectives and Key Results)...
Omnipresent Lead LinkHey community! My Lead Link keeps objecting & proposing everything he personnaly would like to see in the gouvernance. Ex: OKR for every cicle, GTD for every associate, Daily scrum every morning... HE is using the fact that A Circle’s Lead Link inherits the Purpose and any Accountabilities on...
Implementing an OKR appHi! My General Circle LeadLink would like to use OKR for our organisation but we do not really had ideas how to implement it... The proposal was ' every circle set its OKR and must do everything to reach them.' The tension was something like 'we do not have OKR, i think it is great to set them'. ...
Secretary meetings planification domainHi! We wanted to know why Secretary doesn't have this domain: All constitutionally-required meetings of the Circle //OR All constitutionally-required meetings planifications of the Circle He only is accountable of Scheduling the Circle’s required meetings, and notifying all Core Circle Members of...
Policies in a nutshellI already checked that wiki page and for sure that was a nice tool for me.Thank you both for your answers! Your clarification will help us a lot ! Thx again
Policies in a nutshellThank you Margaux, this thread is great but id need a bit more help figuring if our policies are illegal?
Policies in a nutshellWayne posted:Wiki page not working for me: "content" is a required field. You must enter a value for it.http://wiki.holacracy.org/index.php?title=Policy
DOMAIN with a POLICY on the same GMHi !Considering you set a domain on a role, this role now controls it.So I'm not sure GlassFrog will allow governance to set a politic to that domain in a meeting.However that role can, on his own will, take an action of setting a policy on that particular domain after the meeting. Would that be ...