The company without a boss

Do companies need a strong leader to make it in today’s highly competitive environment? Many would say “yes, definitely,” but the employees of one Swedish software consultancy company would tell them otherwise. They don’t have a CEO. Nobody tells anyone what to do, instead all the 40 employees have meetings and decide together. Crisp, the software consultancy firm that has become world famous for not having a boss, has in fact gone through a number of organizational structures, including the classic formula of having a single person running things. Hoping to get its employees more involved, it moved on to changing its chief executive officer annually, but ultimately, the 40-strong staff decided there was actually no need for a single leader, so they scrapped the position altogether.

  • Would your company be better off if there were no bosses?
  • Does your boss get in the way of your job?



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