Self-Organizing, Adaptive Teams over Static Teams
In Holacracy, teams are renamed ‘circles,’ and they can be created or destroyed anytime. The domain of a circle can be redefined multiple times, and the roles within a circle can be changed accordingly. Sounds messy, but there’s one rule that keeps things together: Circles only have the authority to change things that are in the domain of their authority. They can also create new circles under them if that’s necessary to get the job done. Essentially, circles are structured hierarchically, they’re just subject to constant change that keeps them trained on the most important problems and work at any given time.
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