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Standard Article Template

From Home

Please introduce the scope of the topic in just one or two sentences, saying what the topic covers (and perhaps what it doesn't). How this topic is addressed in Teal or in previous stages is best not discussed here but in sections below.

See for example, from Compensation: "The topic of compensation and incentives includes the process of how salaries are set and by whom, the types of incentives beings used, and what level of compensation inequality is deemed acceptable."

Historical perspective

Every historical stage has given birth to a distinct perspective on (add name of topic), and to very different practices:

Red Organizations

Please add a short description of the typical practices in this area in Red Organizations. (you can also refer to pages 17-18 in the book Reinventing Organizations if you need a refresher about Red.) 

Amber Organizations

Please add a short description of the typical practices in this area in Amber Organizations. (you can also refer to pages 18-23 in the book Reinventing Organizations if you need a refresher about Amber.)

Orange Organizations

Please add a short description of the typical practices in this area in Orange Organizations. (you can also refer to pages 23-30 in the book Reinventing Organizations if you need a refresher about Orange.)

Green Organizations

Please add a short description of the typical practices in this area in Green Organizations. (you can also refer to pages 30-34 in the book Reinventing Organizations if you need a refresher about Green.)

Teal Organizations

Please add a short description of the typical practices in this area in Teal Organizations (you can refer to the index at the end of the book and the quick index at the beginning to find the various places this topic is addressed throughout in the book).


Principles and practices in Teal

Principle or practice One

In this section, please describe how this particular practice intrinsic to the topic is generally addressed within a Teal paradigm. Think of this section as the approach or stance taken towards this topic by Teal organizations.

Subpractice One

In this section, you may include specific strategies and practices used by organizations to address the topic. You can name organizations in passing, but any more detailed discussion of how one particular organization addresses the topic should not be addressed here, but below (in the section "In Practice")

Subpractice Two

Please add more specific strategies as needed.

Link with the three Teal breakthroughs

A quick summary sentence to say which of the tree Teal breakthroughs are supported by the practices outlined in the previous section of this article (and which might not be, or only indirectly).Note to wikithon writers/editors: by making these links explicit, this section provides a rational for the principles and practices outlined above and for the examples below; it helps ensure that the practices and examples are in line with Teal, rather than Orange or Green; and it help us ensure that the wiki focus on wholeness and evolutionary purpose as much as on self-management, that often grabs much of the headlines and attention.

Self-management

A short paragraph or two on how this topic supports (or doesn't) the Teal breakthrough of self-management.

Wholeness

A short paragraph or two on how this topic supports (or doesn't) the Teal breakthrough of striving for wholeness.

Evolutionary purpose

A short paragraph or two on how this topic supports (or doesn't) the Teal breakthrough of evolutionary purpose.

Frequently asked questions

Question1

Answer to question 1


In practice

Here are some practical examples from organizations that have adopted ...

Company 1

Summary: Write one sentence summary here

Write detailed practical example here


Company 2

Summary: Write one sentence summary here

Write detailed practical example here

Related topics

In this section, please include a bulleted list of links to those topics relating to this one. (Please use the exact name of the article of that topic and don't forget to create the link to the article).

  • Topic 1
  • Topic 2

Notes and references