The Evolutionary Provocateur bi-monthly show is for executives, managers, and supervisors (or for leaders at all levels) who have noticed that it is not what you know but who you are that has the biggest impact.
Designing a human-centred company
Dawna talks to Giles Hutchins, a systems thinker, speaker and author of 'Future Fit'. Future Fit refers to the leadership mindset needed to move from 'Business as Usual' to companies that are fit to surf the uncertainties of today’s reality. - companies that focus is on who you are versus what you are.
Company management structures are under pressure to distribute power, engage employees and rethink the role of manager in order to meet the challenges of a fast-moving world. Bonnitta Roy has designed an open architecture for self-managed companies otherwise known as an Open Participatory Organization. Listen on to find out more.
Despite being made famous by Zappos, holacracy isn't flavor of the month. Anna McGrath of Wonderworks Consulting worked with Zappos to roll out the radical organizational structure. Her conversation with Dawna debunks several myths of holacracy being either too unstructured or too over-structured to work in practice.
Leading in a Boss-less Company
Leaders and bosses are not the same. Dawna Jones explores the trust-based culture inside W. L. Gore. with long-time company Associate, Michael Pacanowsky.
Dipping into LiquidO
LiquidO is an agile governance model championed by Cocoon Projects, a values-driven innovation company located in Italy. Listen on to find out what it is and how it works.
The Yoga of Max's Discontent
Dawna Jones talks to best-selling author, Karan Bajaj, about his new book, The Yoga of Max's Discontent, and what it tells us about the leadership challenges executives face today.