Holacracy driving Sustainable Future Winners
How can business respond faster, better, effective, and efficient to the challenges of our times? The winners of the future experiment with new organisational concepts. Companies like Lightyear, bol.com, Viisi, Enie.nl, or Springest empower their employees by allowing them to explore, develop and use their extensive talents to contribute to common objectives. They employ a holacratic approach to organising – a form of self-organising. They created:
“an environment where colleagues can work on the best version of themselves, work together based on their strengths and help each other – that leads to peak performance.”
Learn more about holacracy in this white paper and about the ways in which these companies mobilise and apply the talents of their staff and create company growth and prosperity.
ROA publishes new report on developments in education and labor market
Last week, we were informed of the appointment of our first ever Maastricht University alumnus to become CEO of a publicly traded company listed on the New York Stock Exchange. On 15 November, Robbert Rietbroek was announced as CEO of Primo Water Corporation as of the start of 2024. This Tampa...
Many governments offer financial support to unemployed job seekers with the aim of increasing their willingness to look for work outside their local labor market. Research by Maastricht University shows that this sometimes does more harm than good