Jobs With No Boss
(Non-hierarchical, Teal, Self-managing, Horizontal, Middle managerless, Bossless... you know what we mean, right? :-)Support our crowdfunding campaingn on Indiegogo
“A remarkable advance! What could provide more credibility to the new organizational paradigm than actual organizations, real jobs, and trending demand for those jobs?”
Would you like to have a greater say in important decisions and have a direct impact on the future of the company you work for? Are you tired of dealing with bosses who order you around, bureaucracy and hostility in a workplace that is not willing to change? We have compiled the best career opportunities in self-managed progressive organizations from all over the world. In one place and updated daily!
With JobsWithNoBoss you can quickly and easily share your open opportunities with people from all over the world who are looking for workplaces that give them freedom, responsability and an opportunity to thrive. Without any additional administrative work from your part: just give us the address of your current career/jobs web address. We will do the rest!
There are different definitions of the word 'boss', but what we generally mean is anyone who has power OVER you and who has inherited that power from a top-down, fixed hierarchical structure.
To be clear, a bossless company doesn't mean there is no structure, no leadership and no authority. The difference is, in what we are calling bossless organisations, people agree the structures and decision-making authority together. We may agree, for example, that someone should have the authority to decide matters in a domain they have expertise or experience in. And if we later learn that this doesn't work for us, we can make a new agreement together.
In bossless companies, there is no longer a dynamic of boss and subordinate. Another way to put it is that we shift from a parent-child dynamic to an adult-adult, partnership dynamic.
Bossless also doesn't mean anyone can do whatever they want. With great freedom comes great responsibility. Working in a bossless company means you must undergo a mindset shift from a consumer of your workplace culture to a producer. You see yourself as co-responsible for your own career development. You see yourself as co-responsible for creating a team that works well together. You see yourself as co-responsible for addressing the challenges you face as a group of colleagues. It can be extremely rewarding working in a bossless organisation. But it also takes a lot of personal development, self-insight and high levels of accountability.
Dunia Reverter and Hugo Lopes