Top 10 Org 5.0 Principles

    Below is a selection of the most frequently recurring organizational design principles identified in the Case Study companies:
    1. Each employee is seen as a responsible, self-realising agent / collaborator
    2. Networks of autonomous teams are the most effective "sub-unit" of the organization - roles that coordinate between the teams are "of service" to the teams" and not in a position of power 
    3. There is no organigram: Situational and dynamic hierarchies replace centralised "dominator" hierarchies
    4. Total information transparency throughout the organization (except where external clients/partners impose)
    5. Clearly defined collaboration principles (e.g. "Management Manifestos" / "Organization Constitution")
    6. Conflict encouragement and support
    7. Increased personal responsibility and personal discipline
    8. Practices for including ‘whole person’ presence at work
    9. Total trust
    10. Status free