It's being said that every revolutionary idea passes through three stages: at first, it's ridiculous, then people find it dangerous, and in the end, it's like it's never been different. That is certainly true for democratic management or it's younger brother self-management.
Although there are more and more examples of companies that report lower absenteeism, a higher employee satisfaction and better results after introducing self-management, a lot of misunderstanding and skepticism surround the topic.
Ricardo Semler, the pioneer who almost 30 years ago, successfully introduced a radical form of democratic management in his company Semco, is ideally positioned to debunk the most common misconceptions about his 'Semco Style' of organization.
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