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In which returns diminish.
business  organization  work  management  culture  collaboration 
5 days ago by alexpbrown
I hope this replaces Agile.
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5 days ago by ericn
Every time I’ve written or spoken about organizational design, I’ve regretted it. There’s something about staking out a position on it which manages to prove me wrong a few years later. But I’ve been having some long thinks about it again, and here’s what I’ve got. Strap the fuck in. via Pocket
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8 days ago by ghiden
Every time I’ve written or spoken about organizational design, I’ve regretted it. There’s something about staking out a position on it which manages to prove me wrong a few years later. But I’ve been having some long thinks about it again, and here’s what I’ve got. Strap the fuck in.
ifttt  pinboard  twitter 
8 days ago by itst
If you squint hard enough, an organization doing work is just an incredibly complex, dynamic, distributed, parallel process. We have very good tools for understanding the rough outlines of how those work.
work  management  organization  collaboration  scaling  teams 
9 days ago by elasticdog
RT : The math of organization scaling.
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10 days ago by briantrice
Work Is Work Every time I’ve written or spoken about organizational design, I’ve regretted it. There’s something about staking out a position on it which manages to prove me wrong a few years later. But I’ve been having some long thinks about it again, and here’s what I’ve got. Strap the fuck in.
IFTTT  Pocket 
10 days ago by LaptopHeaven
If you squint hard enough, an organization doing work is just an incredibly complex, dynamic, distributed, parallel process. We have very good tools for understanding the rough outlines of how those work.
softeng  scalability  softwareengineering  architecture  xero  organisation  distributed  parallelism  process  work  optimization 
13 days ago by jevon
In which returns diminish.
management  organization  sweng  work 
13 days ago by adragomir
Every time I’ve written or spoken about organizational design, I’ve regretted it. There’s something about staking out a position on it which manages to prove me wrong a few years later. But I’ve been having some long thinks about it again, and here’s what I’ve got. Strap the fuck in.
work  organisation 
13 days ago by a4j
"Every time I’ve written or spoken about organizational design, I’ve regretted it. There’s something about staking out a position on it which manages to prove me wrong a few years later. But I’ve been having some long thinks about it again, and here’s what I’ve got. Strap the fuck in."
PR: miight be useful for taking organizational design into account for a system? but might not work at all in a creative environment.
sociology  philosophy  business  organization  2020  essay  piperesearch 
14 days ago by mechazoidal
Every time I’ve written or spoken about organizational design, I’ve regretted it. There’s something about staking out a position on it which manages to prove me wrong a few years later. But I’ve been having some long thinks about it again, and here’s what I’ve got. Strap the fuck in. via Pocket
work  workflow  organizations  parallelism  via:puzzlement 
14 days ago by graydon
Every time I’ve written or spoken about organizational design, I’ve regretted it. There’s something about staking out a position on it which manages to prove me wrong a few years later. But I’ve been having some long thinks about it again, and here’s what I’ve got. Strap the fuck in. via Pocket
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14 days ago by puzzlement
In which returns diminish.
15 days ago by timotheus
can we determine the supervenience of some set of factors on organizational performance, not just in a particular context but across all possible organizations? That is, are there necessary, a priori truths of organizational performance?

As it happens, there are.
culture  management 
15 days ago by ericsuh