A Company Without Job Titles Will Still Have Hierarchies
Harvard Business Review
JANUARY 28, 2014
To get there, Hsieh plans to toss out the traditional corporate hierarchy by eliminating titles among his 1,500 employees that can lead to bottlenecks in decision-making. The term “holarchy” made its debut in Ghost in the Machine , a analysis of the human brain and its failings penned by Arthur Koestler in 1967. Status even surpasses education and income, two factors that usually determine how healthy an individual can be throughout their life. Radically flat.
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