Washington Post 1/12/2015
Tony Hsieh got rid of bosses at Zappos — and that’s not even his biggest idea
The Atlantic 15/01/2016
Why Are So Many Zappos Employees Leaving? Last year, the company’s turnover rate was 30 percent.
Your Employees Like Hierarchy (No, Really) Maybe it's not such a good idea to banish the org chart: A recent study reveals employees secretly like it.
Stanford Business 01/08/2012
Building Organizations That Work New research shows we sometimes prefer hierarchical relationships over equal ones.
Washington Post 11/01/2016
Feeling stuck in your job? Blame management consulting. The "flattening" of corporate hierarchies has left employees with nowhere to go but sideways.
Financial Review 09/09/2015
Four lessons you can learn from holacracy (without adopting it) Read more: http://www.afr.com/leadership/management/four-lessons-you-can-learn-from-holacracy-without-adopting-it-20150909-gjia5z?utm_campaign=buffer&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_content=buffer54c15#ixzz42YfxNHst Follow us: @FinancialReview on Twitter | financialreview on Facebook
3 Reasons the Zappos Exodus Doesn't Spell Doom for Holacracy Holacracy is not the only major transition the company is enduring.
Seattle PI 12/02/2016
Here's what happened to Zappos' HR boss when the company got rid of managers and her job became obsolete
Government Technology 09/10/2015
What if Government Embraced Holacracy? Holacracy is not a lack of structure; it is a new way of structure that allows organizations to be more agile and to more rapidly adapt to change.
Business Insider 19/02/2016
A former Zappos manager explains how her job changed after the company got rid of bosses
A move to “self-management” has shaken the online shoe retailer. Can it regain its mojo?