Companies Without Managers Do Better by Every Metric

They call it the 'Participation Age.' At Falk, we call it Tuesday (and every other day of the week).

Participate and Share

Last week we described Participation Age companies--Stakeholders, who work in self-managed teams, replace employees; Leaders replace managers; there is profit-sharing for everyone, no work hours, etc. But how do they perform against traditional, management-centric companies with Industrial Age hierarchies?

Quite well, it turns out. They don't just hold their own; they blow the lid off. Let's start with tiny companies and work our way up to huge.

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