Implementing a sociocratic organization using sociocracy (Gaëtan Belbeoc’h)


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Description: After experimenting sociocratic meetings within our team for two years we had to merge our team of roughly 60 people with another one of the same size. This was the opportunity for us to dive more into sociocracy and reorganize our department properly. It was not an easy task for us. So we decided to create a small group to work on the organization and a temporary general circle to challenge and validate it.

Bio: Head of digital experience at Adeo (N1 european DIY retailer). Leads 10 agile teams working on improving digital experience on the Websites, Mobile and InStore software. ~Agile enthusiast ~Geek. ~Passionate

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