Minimum Dose Management
Heiko Fischer, founder and Chief Resourceful Human at Resourceful Humans Consulting
What if our organizations were as human—as resilient, inventive, and inspiring—as the human beings who work inside them?
Heiko Fischer has been working at the frontlines of that question for years—first inside a range of organizations and now as the “Chief Resourceful Human” leading a movement to create “100% Democratic Entrepreneurship, 0% Bureaucracy” in every kind of organization.
Join us for a lively session on:
- Hacking HR: learn how Heiko and his team designed themselves out of a job and distributed the work of HR into the line at Europe’s largest videogame company
- Minimum dose management: how do you spread autonomy and accountability across an organization and create a truly participatory, collaborative, and high-functioning operation?
- The future of leadership: what is the work of leadership when power is distributed and autonomy and accountability are the ruling principles
- How to hack: how do you get started where you are? How do you stage small-scale but high-impact experiments? Heiko will share a range of HR hacks across a variety of organizations
Also make sure and check out the Busting Bureaucracy Hackathon and share your ideas for alternatives to the bureaucratic model of top-down control and formal rules and procedures. Learn more here.
Meet the hacker-entrepreneurs from Enspiral—a vibrant laboratory for inventing new models of organizing, managing, and leading.
What if our organizations were as human as the human beings who work inside them? Heiko Fischer has been working at the frontlines of that question for years—first inside a range of organizations and now as the “Chief Resourceful Human” leading a movement to create “100% Democratic Entrepreneurship, 0% Bureaucracy” in every kind of organization. Watch this lively conversation about hacking HR and minimum dose management.
It’s the most universal and intractable challenge leaders in organizations of every stripe in every realm of endeavor face: how do you spread success? How do you take local victories—profound insights, clever inventions, powerful connections—and weave them into the broader fabric of an organization?
When it comes to building management and business models that are fit for the 21st century, one of the fundamental challenges is developing organizations that are capable of discovering, nurturing, aggregating, and appropriately rewarding contributions from employees, customers, suppliers, and other stakeholders across boundaries.
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