Map Of Principles

Based on the following "Integral" perspective taking as a whole-systems approach to organisational design, below are two introductory schema as to how the Integral map includes the Individual-Collective dimension, and the Internal-External dimensions:

Each Quadrant has their associated specialists:

The Master Map Of Design Principles

C. Internal Individual 
Personal meaning

Outline: Aligning one's personal vision and purpose to the role 

Keywords: Personal purpose, meaning and vision, horizontal health
  1. Spiritual energy (purpose): Practices for including ‘whole person’ presence at work, including 

  2. Shadow work
B. External Individual 
Personal effectiveness

Outline: The organisation supports my optimum levels of energy across the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual (purpose) domains.

Keywords: Personal mastery, vertical development
  1. Physical energy (quantity): Sleeping / resting areas for moments throughout the day
  2. Emotional energy (quality): Body-mind practices such as Yoga
  3. Mental energy (focus): Mediation / mindfulness practives 
  4. Increased personal responsibility and personal discipline for one's own well being.
  5. Awareness of personal behaviours
  6. Cognitive development

D. Internal Collective 
Collective vision and purpose

Outline: The collective vision and purpose

Keywords: Collective purpose, meaning and vision

  1. The organisation sees as its purpose to contrubute to the personal development of its members
  2. Conflict encouragement and support
  3. Total trust
  4. Status free
  5. Organizational learning
  6. Collective dialogue
A. External Collective
 The rules of the system

Outline: The explicit, contractual relationships between collaborators.

Keywords: System design, organizational design, information, networks, ownership, governance, policies
  1. Each employee is seen as a responsible, self-realising agent / collaborator
  2. There is no organigram: Situational and dynamic hierarchies replace centralised hierarchies
  3. Networks of autonomous teams coordinated by peer working groups
  4. Total information transparency throughout the organization (except where external clients/partners impose)

Clearly defined collaboration principles (e.g. "Management Manifestos" / "Organization Constitution")