[OSList] Haier: an Entrepreneurial, Ecosystem Enabling Organization

Michael M Pannwitz mmpannwitz at gmail.com
Thu Oct 3 23:54:33 PDT 2019

Dear Jake and all you others out there,

reading the piece on Haier left me without fascinating myself.

I wonder what similarities you (or others among us) see to OST which I 
had some exposure to or to Semco (never met them but did read "The 
Seve-Day Weekend" and "Maverick" and always get a kick when having 
another look. Just as now, reading in Part Three  of The Seven-Day 
Weekend: "Management By (O)mission",  Chaper 1: "Order of the Day: Give 
up control, Sir!").

Part Three has a citation at the beginning from a Chinese Emperor 
(157-141 before Christ):
"Wu wei er zhi - Do nothing in order to govern".

I wonder if the Chinese could profit from this wisdom from 2176 years 
before today.

Have a great day

Am 04.10.2019 um 01:37 schrieb Jake Yeager via OSList:
> Hi everyone,
> Haier is a Chinese company operates in a fascinating way:
> https://stories.platformdesigntoolkit.com/an-entrepreneurial-ecosystem-enabling-organization-c35eaf5acd9c 
> Definitely some similarities to OST. Also, reminds me a lot of Semco.
> All the best,
> Jake
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