What we do...
Your organisations needs to be nimbler and more adaptive
You are trying to adopt newer collaborative ways of working
You are struggling to generate more innovation
You are seeking a major systems and culture transformation
The Human Organising Co was set up by four individuals who, being dissatisfied with traditional, top-down ways of organising, stepped away from conventional career paths to explore more creative and fulfilling ways of living and working. Coming from diverse backgrounds - law, healthcare, theatre, inter-cultural collaboration - they are committed to facilitating the emergence of more compassionate and “human” organisations that nourish and serve the people working within them and the communities they are part of.
Describing themselves as compassionate agitators, they take a person-centred approach, focused on employee engagement, user-experience value creation and enabling entrepreneurial workplaces.
HOCo works at all levels: individual, team, department and company, to enable an integrated and holistic approach.
- Organisational transformation
- Employee-ownership & co-governance
- Overview of new systems & approaches
- Holistic aligning legal frame & practice
- Legal (agreements, articles, trusts)
- Circle org conducive to collaboration
- Implementation team (learn & teach)
- Learning organisation resources
- Individual coaching as per needs
- Large group emergent conversations
- Facilitating meetings without conflict
- Invitation based change co-creation
- Lean, agile, teal, .... practices
- Creativity & Connectivity
- Collaborative decision-making
- Legal & financial tools for all
Sarah Jupp de Santos
We grew out of the Human Organising Project in 2016
[Note – this blog comes out of a workshop that was held in Bristol in June 2018. The event will be re-run in London on 10th October 2018 – click here for details] “We want to see flourishing lives on a flourishing planet.” This was the heartfelt desire expressed by one group of participants in Read more about Next stage organisations – leaving the safe harbour[…]
The Human Organising Co has come into being at a time when large-scale human political, economic and social systems are in crisis, struggling to cope with the speed and complexity of life and becoming increasingly disconnected from the true needs of people and planet. We believe there are new types of organisations emerging and new Read more about the “why” of human organising[…]
The Future of the Corporation 20th January 2017 – 6pm to 9 pm in central London (venue TBA) Book your place here. “The best way to predict the future is to create it.” Peter Drucker Context The world is changing fast and we can all be active in re-shaping our organisations to ensure they are Read more about Future of Corporation Event[…]
Andon: Halting the Line In most traditional Japanese ‘lean’ manufacturing plants you will find sets of two cords dangling from above every few meters along the production line, within everyone’s reach, one yellow one red. If the yellow is pulled an alarm sounds, orange lights flash and the affected workstation number affected is displayed on Read more about Distributed Leadership anchored in the Power to Object[…]
Today is the winter solstice in the northern hemisphere, that time in the year when the nights are longest and the days are coldest. In the forest around where I live, the holly trees are at the height of their powers, with leaves that are dark-green and shiny, whilst the oaks and other trees lie Read more about Winter solstice – the still point of the turning world[…]
Humans – simply imperfect machines? Posted on 7th November 2016 by Humanorganising Sometimes, I forget I am an animal. Carried away with my ability to think, to calculate and analyse, to plan and strategise, I forget that I have a body with its own urges and needs, its own intelligence and ways of experiencing the Read more about Humans – simply imperfect machines?[…]
The Problem with Change Management As a coach I have always steered away from ‘change management’, even though it is a huge industry and I would probably have done quite well in it. Intuitively change management has always struck me as unfair or oppressive, even when it was well-intentioned and perfectly rational. It has appeared Read more about The Problem with ‘Change Management[…]