Humanocracy: Creating Organizations as Amazing as the People Inside Them

Gary Hamel, Michele Zanini

Key Facts and Insights from "Humanocracy"

  1. Bureaucracy is a barrier: The authors argue that traditional bureaucracy stifles innovation and creativity in the workplace.
  2. Humanocracy: This term is coined by the authors to represent an organizational model that values every employee's creativity, initiative and judgment.
  3. People over profit: Rather than focusing solely on profit, a humanocracy values people, their skills, and their potential for growth.
  4. Change is crucial: The book emphasizes the importance of organizations being open to change in order to stay relevant.
  5. Case Studies: The authors use real-life examples from a variety of industries to illustrate their points.
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