About Holacracy®: the Method

Holacracy is a complete, packaged system for self-management in organizations.  Holacracy replaces the traditional management hierarchy with a new peer-to-peer “operating system” that increases transparency, accountability, and organizational agility.  Through a transparent rule set and a tested meeting process, Holacracy allows businesses to distribute authority, empowering all employees to take a leadership role and make meaningful decisions.

About HolacracyOne, the Company

HolacracyOne was founded in early 2007 to help the emerging Holacracy® practice continue its evolution and expand its reach and impact in the world. HolacracyOne’s team can help you learn more about Holacracy, apply it to your organization, or find a Licensed Holacracy Consultant to guide the way.

Holacracy in the Press:

Brian Robertson’s biography: (available to download as PDF)

Brian J. Robertson is an author, seasoned entrepreneur, former-CEO, and the founding father of Holacracy, an “operating system” for installing self-management into organizations.  He now works with HolacracyOne, the organization he launched to support Holacracy.

Brian previously founded and led a fast-growth software company. The firm won numerous awards both for fast business growth and innovative people practices, and it was there that Brian experimented with the management techniques that have since evolved and matured into the Holacracy method. In 2015, Thinkers50 added Brian to their Radar List, recognizing him as one of 30 thinkers most likely to shape the future of how organizations are managed and led.

Holacracy has been adopted by over 300 companies around the world to date.  Brian’s book, Holacracy: The New Management System for a Rapidly Changing World, was released in 2015.

 

Brian Robertson’s biography: (available to download)

Brian Robertson’s photo: (available to download)

HolacracyOne Logo: (available to download)

Image of the Holacracy Book: (available to download)

Infographic: (available to download)

Holacracy FAQ