3) POWER STRUCTURE
Holacracy's Meeting Facilitator: An elected facilitator, whose job it is to shut down anything outside the meeting rules
TGIF Feedback meetings: Both Google and 37Signals have weekly all-hands (“TGIF”) meetings for employees to ask questions directly to the CEOs about company issues.
Google's Default to Open: Valuing transparency and sharing quarterly reports with employees
Transparency at Pinterest and Stripe: From an interview with the founders on Genius
Your Org is a Product: BuzzFeed on Org Structures
Medium's Feedback MadLibs: How Medium is using narrative MadLibs to make the feedback process more relevant and actionable, and the process more human-centered.
How Leaders at Google, Buzzfeed and More Make Decisions on Fast Company
Manu Cornet's wonderful illustration of power structure is below:
Explore other culture levers:
1) Values: Core assumptions and priorities
2) Talent: What organizations look for in new members; how they hire, onboard, incentivize and train employees
4) Rituals: Ceremonies, social environment and behaviors, dress codes
5) Ways of Working: The "way we do things around here": norms, the ways organizations respond to problems
6) Physical environment: office space, physical artifacts, work hours