since humans moved from wandering tribes to towns and villages with governments
thousands of years ago, we’ve been organizing our communities and businesses
the same way – as hierarchies.
as the pace of change accelerates and the cost of transacting and coordinating
declines, traditional forms of organizing are giving way to a new form that
rejects the hierarchical approach in favor of smaller, self-sufficient teams,
decisions made by group consensus, and data controlled by a collaborative
network that eliminates the need for a central authority.
will the future organization look like . . .
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