nancy sutton wrote:I agree with D Quinn re: working together - there seems to be something ...... very good .....about the 'we're all in this together' situation, with a common goal where everyone's effort is needed for everyone to succeed. See Mondragon in Spain; Lincoln Electric re: 'share economy'; Jack Stack re: open book management; worker-owned businesses, co-ops, etc. etc. It's happening, but not much highlighted. Seems like biomimicry and permie, to me
I've seen egos split altruistic groups, confirming the 'it's amazing what you can accomplish when you don't care who gets the credit' axiom. So I think working for a $$ goal is probably more effective in forming ..... 'group', community, tribe, etc.
Plus, it feels good! The beat-the-opponent competitive win is a thrill, but ..... how permie is it ? (OK - now Paul can delete this