Hiring two people to split up one set of managerial duties might actually make financial and organizational sense.


Hiring two people to split up one set of managerial duties might actually make financial and organizational sense.

Holacracy. Self-management. Distributed leadership. You're probably already aware of the management models that eliminate hierarchy—and with it, managers. The goal is to empower all employees to make decisions and peel away layers of bureaucracy that are thought to hold back innovation. That, in turn, is supposed to help attract more talent, increase productivity, and accelerate growth.

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