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Michael DeAngelo is the deputy CIO for the state of Washington. The office is currently running an experiment, in conjunction with the Harvard Business School, to test whether Holacracy can improve employee engagement and organizational outcomes.
The experiment launched in April 2016. By the time the Forum arrives, Washington State will be sorting through and evaluating data from the experiment.
One of our Forum speakers is Kevin Joyce, who filled the "Holacracy Lead" role at ARCA throughout the company's Holacracy implementation.
When ARCA first adopted Holacracy in July 2014, the company of 150 employees restructured itself into roles and circles. Not long after, with an acquisition of an organization in Northern Italy, ARCA's ranks swelled to over 600 people.
During the Forum, Kevin will share some of this learnings...
The GTD methodology is baked into the very DNA of the Holacracy Constitution, which requires Holacracy practitioners to track projects and next actions. David Allen, the founder of Getting Things Done, and a Holacracy practitioner himself, has offered to come and share his experiences and learnings about the intersection between productivity practice and self-management at our 2017 Holacracy Forum.