Podcast 193 — Can an organisation really manage itself?

Self-management is increasingly seen as the most diplomatic way to run an organisation. But how does this work when critical, time-sensitive decisions have to be made? What structures do these organisations need to have in place to succeed? And how do they overcome the challenges they are presented with?

Written by Nicola Boyle
Published 05 May 2020
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Podcast 193 — Can an organisation really manage itself?

This week on the Good Practice Podcast, Nicola Boyle and Owen Ferguson are joined by organisational self-management coach Lisa Gill.

In the episode we discuss:

  • The critical success factors of running a self-managing organisation

  • The challenges of running a self-managing organisation

  • The benefits of shifting to self-management 

 

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Nicola Boyle

Nicola Boyle

Marketing Communications Executive
Nicola has over six years of marketing experience. Her responsibilities include managing social media, podcast and webinar channels, as well content management and event planning. Nicola enjoys identifying and anticipating client needs and delivering the best possible experience to build successful long-standing client relationships.

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