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Teal Organisation

Teal Organisation

Teal Organisation

Teal Organizations are seen as having a life and a sense of direction of their own. Instead of trying to predict and control the future, members of the organization are invited to listen in and understand what the organization wants to become, what purpose it wants to serve. A Teal organisation is an emerging organisational paradigm that advocates a level of consciousness including all previous world views within the operations of an organisation. ‎Teal stage of consciousness. Teal organizations operate effectively, even at a large scale, with a system based on peer relationships. They set up structures and practices in which people have high autonomy in their domain, and are accountable for coordinating with others. List of Teal Organisations. The main threats of Turquoise (Teal) organizations. Teal Organizations and Cultures. Teal organisations, examples of teal companies, definition of a teal organisation, what is teal, teal organization companies, reinventing organizations summary, rethinking organization.

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Teal organisation

A Teal organisation transcends and integrates the existing limitations of current static organisational paradigms including Amber, Orange and Green organisations. It is characterized by three breakthroughs in human collaboration, specific to this evolutionary level: self-management suggests a system based on peer relationships with no need for hierarchy, consensus, nor central command and control; wholeness is about a consistent set of practices that invite members to reclaim their inner wholeness and bring on the workplace “all of who they are”; evolutionary purpose introduces a Teal organisation as a living organism with a direction of its own where its members are invited to listen and take note of the purpose it wants to serve. These breakthroughs overcome the limitations of previous organisational models in that they welcome the emotional, intuitive, and spiritual elements in lieu of the usual display of rationality, determination and strength; and concealment of doubts or vulnerability. During its evolution, a Teal organisation exhibits properties similar to complex adaptive systems because the interactions and relationships between its elements are nonlinear and based on few simple rules or guiding principles. These elements learn from the past and their immediate environment and then adapt accordingly for the survival of the system. A number of notable organisations around the world has adopted and operates on the Teal organisation model including The Morning Star Company (food processing, United States), Patagonia (apparel, United States), Sounds True (media, United States), AES (energy sector, international), Buurtzorg Nederland (health care, Netherlands), ESBZ (K–12 school, Germany), Heiligenfelde (mental health hospitals, Germany), Nucor (steel manufacturing, international).

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ANNOUNCEMENT: “TEAL ORGANISATIONS” GOES LIVE IN WIKIPEDIA

I hope that the article will indeed be gradually augmented by the input of others but, in doing so, I would urge everyone to ensure that all the Wikipedia guidelines are followed. To summarise:

  • it cannot be promotional or about any one person
  • anything that is added needs to be “notable”, i.e. it is well referenced in peer-reviewed journals or books. Facts cannot come from blogs, forums, promotional material, certain newspapers, or journals that are not well established.

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