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Created on 26.02.2019

Management of the future

Are managers dying out? Around 43% of all millennials leave their job within two years if they find a company’s structure too hierarchical. Companies need to rethink their approach to remain attractive to employees. New leadership models are based more on individual responsibility than control by line managers.

The holacracy model, for example, gives employees responsibility for deciding how they perform their tasks. There are no functions, but instead roles which are geared towards the purpose of the company and that meet defined responsibilities. The employees define the roles themselves and draw them up and assign them in line with requirements. This makes companies more agile and enables them to respond to new situations more quickly. However, not all leadership models are suitable for all companies.

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