Management and autonomy at work, where should we place the cursor?

Management and autonomy at work, where should we place the cursor?
Management and autonomy at work, where should we place the cursor?

Published on May 13, 2024 at 10:11. / Modified on May 13, 2024 at 10:14.

How to manage your teams? Although it is not new, this question needs to be asked again to meet the expectations of a generation seeking well-being. This special report dedicated to management questions governance models.

In the Liip offices in Lausanne, beanbags, whiteboards and green carpet for a resolutely modern setting. But it is in a more traditional conference room of the digital agency that Nadja Perroulaz welcomes us. The co-founder of Liip, launched in 2007, is today responsible for the People “circle” (human resources, so to speak) and a member of its board of directors, as well as that of other organizations, such as the place of innovation Impact Hub Bern or Swico, professional association of the Swiss information and communication technology industry.

Liip, which has six branches throughout Switzerland, has moved to holacratic management since 2016: a governance system where decision-making and responsibilities fall to all employees. A model that has been talked about a lot in recent years.

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