Meetup Applies Self Organizing to Itself

A few weeks ago, I met Scott Heiferman from Meetup for lunch down in Soho. As we sat by a set of big floor to ceiling windows, watching some workers pour a concrete sidewalk outside, he described the big management shifts that the company was going through. After piling on layers of bureaucracy as the company grew, the execs decided to upend their organization chart and put in place a new management system where employees decide what they would work on and how they would arrange themselves into teams.

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