Six months ago, a New York-based consulting company named Undercurrent took a dose of its own medicine by becoming a holacracy: the management structure used by GitHub and Zappos. Here’s how they did it. A growing number of tech companies like GitHub, Medium, and Zappos have adopted “open allocation” management structures that (mostly) eliminate bosses. But what happens when you go from management to no-management in the same week? To answer that question, you have to dive into the world of open allocation company structures. Far from being free-for-alls, the non-structure-structure that underpins these companies can vary based on philosophy.
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