The Industrial Age is over, but its dehumanizing culture and business practices still dominate the front office. Concepts like manager, employee, and trading time for money—along with other Industrial Age diseases—plague the business world and suppress growth, profitability, and longevity.

Great companies are giving everyone their brains back. Companies of every size are leaving behind the outdated management practices of the Industrial Age to grow exponentially faster with fewer employees. They’re doing it with a Participation Age culture that:

  • Encourages full participation and sharing
  • Creates ownership and great decision-making at every level
  • Requires adults to be self-managed and
  • Results in increased stability and much higher staff retention.

Is it possible this way of doing business could work better for both the company and the people who work there? Absolutely! This isn’t a fringe, new or untested idea. Those who embrace the Participation Age will thrive, while those who don’t will be left behind.

Blakeman | TEDxMileHigh
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