So it began. On 27 September 2017 Piotr Majchrzak has signed the declaration of Holacracy adoption, ultimately ceasing his power as the CEO at XSolve, and passing the decision-making baton to the crew working at the company. This day marks the start of transformation towards structured and process-driven no-management culture.

But what it actually means to introduce Holacracy and why would a CEO resign from his power over a company? Watch our short video and see why XSolve and our sister company Chilid have embarked on this holacratic journey.

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