We have written a handbook on the Art of Giving Feedback.

In this handbook we present 7 tested ways to give useful feedback 

1. Self appraisal  
2. How to give positive feedback,
3. Correcting others,
4. Asking for feedback,
5. Share what you need to be at your best,
6. Receiving feedback with grace, and
7. Performance appraisal

More and more people sense that today's management is broken, and start experimenting with radical new organizational structures and practices. 

It's time to create work places that have more powerful and inspiring structures than the old, bureaucratic pyramid. Places where we can bring all of who we are to work, where we serve a noble purpose. 

This wiki is a practical resource for all of us that are reinventing organizations. It synthesizes the best knowledge out there, reality-tested from pioneering organizations who have done it! 

The wiki is in creative commons, and comes with two quite amazing, pioneering twists of its own. Read on in the slideshows below... 

When, during a recent Ilfaro leadership training in Berlin, the team of German managers came back from lunch, little did they expect to be denied access to the workshop room.


On the agenda was a training module on delegation: rapid growth and changing structures in their organization meant these managers needed to enhance their delegation skills.