Holacracy in Distributed Teams?Greetings, Is anyone part of an organization that practices or is implementing Holacracy where most (or all) members are remote workers? How do they/we connect? Is anyone part of an organization that practices or is implementing Holacracy where most (or all) members are remote workers? How do the...
How do sub-circles "talk" to each otherHello Holacracy Hivemind! We are in an exciting time where our Main Circle has split into Dev, Rev Ops and Customer Happiness. We understand the function and accountabilities of the Rep Link for these new sub-circles to the main circle. What we can't figure out is how these 3 sub-circles communic...
Rep Link RoleGreetings, Is it possible for a Rep Link from multiple sub-circles to be the same person? I can't seem to find anything that forbids it, yet it seems like a conflict of interest. How can a member champion the interests of multiple sub-circles when they could be competing? Any clarity is greatly a...
Remote Holacracy Discussion GroupWho: You're part of a remote team that practices Holacracy or is Holacracy-powered. What: Casual yet focused space to share best practices, roadblocks, and successes in implementing Holacracy in Remote teams! Previous topics have included; meeting seating, elections, PM software, and Constitution...
From the HolacracyOne blog on Mediumhttps://blog.holacracy.org/how-a-100-remote-organization-is-leveraging-holacracy-to-scale-46bf0da3604e
Please help me find an article!!Hello Hivemind, I've digested SO much information in so many formats from so many sources. It all gets blended together at a certain point. I'm hoping you can help me find the article I'm thinking of so that I can distribute it to the team. This article had a section on the difference between Con...
Remote Holacracy Discussion GroupAre you adapting to, adopting, or practicing Holacracy in a Remote/Distributed team? Need some support? Want to share your learning? Come and join us, we don't bite. Who: Remote workers on remote teams [at least 50%] practicing or trying to practice Holacracy. You do not need to be a Practitioner...
Holacracy in Distributed Teams?[@mention:471931473830882854] I agree... although we've not had that opportunity...yet. So many subtle cues from body language are missed from video. How many in-person meetings has your team been able to have? What was the difference?
Holacracy in Distributed Teams?[@mention:523162737680436711] Thanks for your reply.As a 100% distributed team in 8 time zones, we use lots of great tools for communication and running meetings including Slack and Zoom. I should have been clearer. I meant connecting to others external to us to share best practices or pains that...
Holacracy in Distributed Teams?Hi [@mention:491073019777409299] Brandon, We do a lot of the "heavy lifting" in Async through Slack, Asana or video snippets so we can discuss a topic generally. Raising a Tension is done either in the meeting during agenda creation or Async through a "governance out of meeting" process. It seems...
We also use a google docs spreadsheet for keeping track of metrics such as the number of applicants, NPS score, trials, churn etc... As for Checklists, mine are updating asana and some spreadsheets on a weekly basis. I just say check or no check depending on if I have completed it.
(...) offering feedback to enhance fit (...)[@mention:519784817122741229] I'd say it's about the same thing... on the surface. With "giving" there is a subtle implication that it should be taken. When one offers something it doesn't feel like it needs to be taken. That's my 2 cents.
Let's learn from each other's circles[@mention:553986557109739227] I'd be interested in talking more about this... but we aren't certified practitioners. Still interested? PM me!
Holacracy in Distributed Teams?Great question [@mention:562150194299319857] . We have a process, but I'd say its a work in progress. Part of the onboarding process is a whole section of readings, videos, articles, gifs etc. We also have the new hires sit as observers in both meetings at the first 8 weeks. I then take time righ...
Online Practice Group - Tactical MeetingHi Tom, I'd like to refine my skills too! Monday's earlier time works for me. Wednesdays (either slot) work on alternating weeks. Ciao, Morgan
Rep Link RoleYou're right [@mention:523162737680436711] it's my tension ... based on absolutely nothing. This election has just happened, so I have no reason to insert my personal biases in this situation. Thank you for your clarity, I will work to stay in the moment and the let the Organization develop as it...
Deleting a circleHi [@mention:490932114704493598],Have you tried to "remove" that now empty circle from the super circle? The sub-circle after all is "just" a role in that super circle and can't be "self destructed" entirely under it's own steam. Hope that helps,Morgan
Coach Q&A (formerly Coach Office Hours)[@mention:549200391176952347] FYI the link above for Gcal is adding the October event, Not the November one
Holacracy companies in TorontoHi [@mention:590021547536123704]You may want to try this list too: https://www.holacracy.org/reso...holacracy-adoptions/Have you considered expanding your search to remote companies? It would probably give you more options.Good Luck!Morgan
Facilitation playbooks[@mention:586501884352325570] Love the "framing" and the Script with the prompts. I've already added this to our Holacracy Drive. Thanks for sharing this!
Time for asynchronous proposal.We use 3 days and it works for us.We're an asynchronous team so 3 days gives us plenty of time to review. For us, the proposals are automatically pushed to that Circe's dedicated Slack channel. This means that if we have questions for clarity we can ask them in that channel right under the Glass ...