A Company Without Job Titles Will Still Have Hierarchies
Harvard Business Review
JANUARY 28, 2014
Think of it as management operating system 3.0. 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. Not exactly fertile ground for collaboration and innovation. Radically flat. That’s the management goal that Tony Hseih, founder of e-commerce giant Zappos, aims to achieve by the end of 2014.