The Semco Style 5 Principles to transform the way we work
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Whether you call it self-management or not, each employee always has a certain measure of room to act and decide. In self-management, it is about increasing that space as much as possible in consultation with employees. It’s about employees in small teams , of 10-12 people, determining themselves which results need to be achieved and holding each other accountable. In other words, doing what a manager would have done otherwise. But to achieve this, it’s important that people in a team depend on each other; set mutually relevant goals; hold each other accountable for achieving those goals; and develop a keen eye for each other’s strengths and talents.

Culture of Commitment

Reward Results

Salary Cuts Over Job Cuts

Choose Your Salary

Points For Impact

Team Members Set Team Goals

Profit Sharing


Peer Power

Peer Stewardship

Roast And Toast

Assessment From The Bottom Up

Peer Assessment

People Can Fix (It) Themselves

Participative Recruitment

Minimizing Hierarchy

The Queen Game

From Pyramids to Circles

Who Is A Good Facilitator?

Chunking – Processing information

Peer Mentorship

Talent Development


Prioritize Internal Recruitment

Welcome Onboard

Building Careers On The Fly

Rush Hour MBA

Retire While Working

Top Talent Versus Top Fit

Team Performance Instrument

Project Growth

Autonomous Job Rotation

Giving Appreciation

Succession Planning