The NextGen Enterprise Podcast

The NextGen Enterprise Podcast

from traditional management to adaptive and purpose driven organizations

Holaspirit

We are living a turning point in history. Emerging countries have emerged, the margins of traditional activities are being squeezed. We are entering the economy of innovation, fast and uncertain. At the same time, the disengagement of employees in organizations is at its peak all over the world. However, while the business models have been largely disrupted, the management inherited from Taylor persists largely. Managing the complexity and speed of transformation requires new forms of...

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En cours de lecture

The NextGen Enterprise Podcast, Desmond Dekker, Owner at desmonddekker.nl

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Desmond Dekker
Creative, playful, professional

Technology and people are my most important areas of interest. With over 10 years of experience in the tech sector, ranging from gaming (Spil Games) to telecommunication (KPN), I have experienced the digital transformation up close. Continuously puzzling how we can make technology better, better and easier for people is a fantastic journey. I have been fortunate to have been able to hold various positions in partnership management, business development, Marketing, Coaching, Product Ownership, etc. and have further developed my expertise.

In recent years I have got a very smile to guide groups of people in their journey towards self-organization. This ensures fairness, transparency and allows us to do better tomorrow. In addition, this offers an opening to developing more solid ties between people and creating an environment where people want to be a part.

Many companies have become very agile on the product in recent years, but not on how they are organized. In many cases, the organizational structure on paper does not reflect how we are actually organized. In addition, it is often unclear how you can change the organizational structure and, more importantly, who can change it. There is a lot of knowledge in people about what we can try out, how we can do it differently, what we have to stop doing, what roles we need, etc.

I would like to help you to break open and use that knowledge, so that your organizational structure adapts optimally.

Holacracy, Sociocracy 3.0 and own experiences
Customized self-organization

After years of experience running large experiments based on self-organization and self-management (Holocracy, Sociocracy 3.0), I quickly discovered that there is no one size fits all model. That is why my self-organization model is based on modules. The basics are quick to learn and each team decides which modules best suit their situation.

Co-creation is key
We'll do it together!

Self-organization and self-management starts with yourself. And you are the one who can best estimate what your teams need.

That's why I believe more in a co-creation. I help you people, so that your teams as a whole grow independently and can constantly change. I will only be successful if you are completely self-managing, so also without me!

Self-organization trip
5 steps to more autonomy

01
Pre-flight checks

Organization scan

Identify the stewards

In-depth interviews

02
Start launch procedure

Expand current group

Co-create workable model

Key success factors

03
Ignite the engines

Introduce the basics

Co-creating building blocks

Train team leads

04
Lift off

Start the Holon

Kick-off of circles

Organization card

05
To the moon

Coaching team members

Create new modules

Circles start autonomously

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The NextGen Enterprise Podcast, Patrycja Joanna MYCS, the journey into Holacracy, lessons learned

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Patrycja Joanna MYCS, the journey into Holacracy, lessons learned

Implementing Holacracy takes commitment and this organizational change doesn’t happen in a straight line. Hear Patrycja Joanna tell the very honest story of implementing Holacracy at MYCS, a Polish furniture company. She talks about many lessons learned, the struggles they’ve had and also the benefits they experienced from this Organisational operating system. This podcast is especially interesting if you’re currently changing the way you’re structuring your organization, or thinking about making a change. We hope you enjoy this podcast, let us know what you think!

“One of the most important habits to train is ‘not trying to be the rescuer’ ”. Very recognizable in Holacracy. Read more about this phenomenon in related article: https://medium.com/inside-holaspirit/hero-behaviour-25e4e498f40

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The NextGen Enterprise Podcast, Jaap Peters, about The Rhineland way

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Jaap Peters about The Rhineland way.

Together with Jos van de Blok ( known from Buurtzorg) Jaap Peters founded a company called Family Help where ~3000 people went from a traditional hierarchy to a self-organized structure from one week to another. Curious how? We were too. Hear Jaap talk about his experience and why he states “you don’t need managers!”.

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The NextGen Enterprise Podcast, Martin de Heer, CEO of NL Mentalcare Group

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The implementation of distributed and agile governance is never immediate in a company. In the particular case of Mentaal Beter, the organisational change was not a matter for executives, managers and employees, but for mental health professionals.

A challenge that Martin de Heer, CEO of NL Mentalcare Group, took up in the Netherlands.

Between health and business
With a degree in hospital psychiatric care and an MBA in business management and administration, Martin de Heer began by creating small structures with psychologists, in a rather informal way, with the idea of implementing working methods different from large health structures. This has spun off somewhat and merged with the franchise network of Mentaal Beter in 2009. The network now has around 1000 professionals serving the mental disorders of children, adolescents and adults in 110 practices and clinics. 35,000 patients followed each year, a claimed satisfaction rate of 8.5/10 (above the national average), and an overall turnover of 80 million euros. A real business, where profitability rates take a place that fits the healthcare sector; Martin de Heer speaks of customers rather than patients. The difference with a traditional company lies mainly in the fact that the “employees” here are psychologists, psychiatrists, psychotherapists… Who have their own professional standards and ways of communicating.

In this podcast we will talk about the future of work, we will invite pioneering companies, bold entrepreneurs, avid experts and practitioners, who all have an interesting story to share. We want to learn about their lessons, and their best practices, but also about their fuckups and struggles. It’s all here, so we’re happy you found us! Let us know what you think of this week’s podcast and what topics you would like to hear about next and enjoy listening to this week's episode.

This podcast is initiated by Luc Bretones and brought to you by HolaSpirit. Our podcast host is Anne Nynke Jansma - she is experienced Holacracy facilitator, GTD trainer, Sociocracy3.0 practitioner and helps companies create an environment where happy and productive teams can thrive. Find her at www.annenynke.nl.

If you are as excited about this topic as we are, then we hope you’ll join us at The NextGen Enterprise Summit!. On the 26th and 27th March, 2020 we will introduce a great variety of speakers. They will be the experts, pioneers, practitioners who are all doing the future of work.
Check out thenextgenenterprise.com for more information! This event is made possible by Maif Manpower, Octo Technology and HolaSpirit and will take place at the Pierre Mendès France Conference Centre in Paris.

We hope to see you there!

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The NextGen Enterprise Podcast, Heleen Kuiper, Partner, CoreChange

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Very Excited about this week’s podcast with Heleen Kuiper. Heleen is co-founder of Core Change, and helps companies with organizational change using the four quadrants of Ken Weber’s integral theory. Listen to her explain the model, and give a whole lot of examples of companies she’s helped and the interventions she’s used. This podcast episode surely is packed with interesting insight. Check out the model below and find Heleen Kuiper at https://www.corechange.nl/.

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In this podcast we will talk about the future of work, we will invite pioneering companies, bold entrepreneurs, avid experts and practitioners, who all have an interesting story to share. We want to learn about their lessons, and their best practices, but also about their fuckups and struggles. It’s all here, so we’re happy you found us! Let us know what you think of this week’s podcast and what topics you would like to hear about next and enjoy listening to this week's episode.

This podcast is initiated by Luc Bretones and brought to you by HolaSpirit. Our podcast host is Anne Nynke Jansma - she is experienced Holacracy facilitator, GTD trainer, Sociocracy3.0 practitioner and helps companies create an environment where happy and productive teams can thrive. Find her at www.annenynke.nl.

If you are as excited about this topic as we are, then we hope you’ll join us at The NextGen Enterprise Summit!. On the 26th and 27th March, 2020 we will introduce a great variety of speakers. They will be the experts, pioneers, practitioners who are all doing the future of work.
Check out thenextgenenterprise.com for more information and early bird tickets! This event is made possible by Maif Manpower, Octo Technology and HolaSpirit and will take place at the Pierre Mendès France Conference Centre in Paris.

We hope to see you there!