How I implemented sociocracy in my organization – a theatre company (Yannis Camus)

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Description: I never studied management during my studies… When I created my first professional theatre company, I wanted it to be horizontal with no chief, no hierarchy. But somehow it didn’t work as I was expecting it to work despite my very positive intentions. You can hear what happened next and how I implanted Sociocracy in my second theatre company.

Bio: Yannis Camus (Rennes- France) started his professional life by creating a theatre company in France where he lives. Because at one point everything went wrong and conflicts were all around, he looked for a solution and found Sociocracy on his way. It took him about 5 years to transform his company in a sociocratic way, trying to respect the theory as well as possible. He then decided to become a trainer and consultant

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