Advice Process

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Miki Kashtan on the three shifts needed for self-managing organisations to thrive

...ised, you need to have clear agreements, clear criteria, about when you do this, when you do that, how you function and all of that, which is why the advice process is such a wonderful tool, because it moves you in the direction, regardless of which side you started from. It moves you in the direction of collabor...more
...akes which decisions, who else is included, who finds out about it, and what processes are used, etc. And so, you know, if a group decides to use the advice process, then the system is this: who makes which decisions? Anyone can make any decision. That's the purest advice process, it gets modified in Holacracy sy...more
...ow, if a group decides to use the advice process, then the system is this: who makes which decisions? Anyone can make any decision. That's the purest advice process, it gets modified in Holacracy systems based on roles, but essentially, who makes which decisions? Anyone can make any decision. Who gives input? The...more
...ning the forms for asking advice under which conditions, developing more criteria for it, can be really helpful to people, because the shift into the advice process is very hard for people. It's like it needs to be jumpstarted, people don't just start doing it just because they hear it's there because of the inte...more

Frederic Laloux with an invitation to reclaim integrity and aliveness

...onent, which is all structures and systems. And so when you tell me you had this conversation with the leader, like, “I told people now, go into it, advice process, just do it, and then nothing happens!” And so maybe people just aren’t ready. Like maybe people aren’t mature enough. And that might be a reason, ri...more

Aaron Dignan on being complexity conscious and people positive

...terline, it's not a problem. There's a lot of empowerment, a lot of autonomy. If they suspect it might be below the waterline, then they engage in an advice process. And we see that actually, throughout a lot of the cases that we looked at, this idea of a decision stack - things we're all allowed to do, things w...more