Thanks for your response.

“There are always going to be supervisors that employees report to.”

Not necessarily. At W.L. Gore, Buurtzorg, Valve, and Morningstar (just as a few examples) this is already not the case. It is possible for a group of talented workers to be accountable to each other, given the right operating system.

Appreciate your comment nonetheless!

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Aaron Dignan

Aaron Dignan

Founder @theready and @murmur, investor, friend to misfit toys. Author of Brave New Work and co-host of the Brave New Work podcast.

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