You're an employee of an organization when they suddenly decide they are going "Teal" and everything will now be "self-managed". It may be crazy, confusing, and overwhelming, but we are here to help!
Below is our step-by-step guide on what is means to be a member of a newly self-managed organization, beneficial things for you to know, and how to get the most out of the experience. Each section will link to a dedicated article where we talk about each thing in depth. If you feel you already understand one of these, then just move on! Each person moves at his or her own pace and is somewhere different on the path.
You can't reasonably be expected to be comfortable transitioning to self-management if you're not even sure what it means or how it will affect you. Self-management is a simple concept you are already an expert at in your personal life. By replicating those lessons in your workplace, you will have more autonomy than ever before! Read more.
Working In A Teal Organization
A lot of things change when a company transitions to self-management. Even the word itself suggests that managers are not obsolete. Leadership is still very necessary in most cases, but "leading" is a difficult and important skill. It's made easier for everyone if each person also understands and expresses how they like to work with others. Read more.