The Busting Bureaucracy Hackathon

Tagged "collaboration"

achim-muellers's picture

"I’ve seen far too many projects fail because the execution and commitment to move true innovation forward takes a long time. For many organizations, this requires them to free themselves from the bureaucratic details and measurements. Short-term planning and maintaining the status quo, to put it simply, stifle innovation so...

By Achim Muellers on April 3, 2014
prashant-desai's picture

Whenever communication and collaborations fails within and across teams, bureaucracy takes root. Bureaucratic processes and overheads are introduced to channelize communication. This eventually establishes itself as sense of power and authority. It is also a sign of trust and ability to collaborate effectively.
In my view, organization which are...

By Prashant Desai on March 31, 2014
phil-weinzimer's picture

Detailed processes directing employees what do and how to act in performing their jobs, which creates organization friction

By Phil Weinzimer on March 24, 2014
joe-starinchak's picture

I see it everywhere - I work in the biggest one of all - the federal government

By Joe Starinchak on March 13, 2014
krijn-van-der-raadt's picture

Startups are supposed to grow, and grow fast. Growth means hiring more and more people, and bureaucracy creep is guaranteed to happen along the way, unless you pay close attention to it. You may even welcome it, thinking it will solve your growing pains, until you finally realize that it...

vivek-paranjpe's picture

Very much a top down bureaucratic structure. Very traditional with several functional silos and tight chain of command that works in a typical manufacturing laid /biased traditional organization.

By Vivek Paranjpe on March 11, 2014