I tried to go through it a bit more y’day and today. Still find it a bit philosophical. People coming together to make decisions consensually, no structure, just fluid teams, and roles. I don’t see how it might work. In fact, Buffer guys tried it and gave up on it 6 months later.
I find The Decision Maker and Joy at Work by Dennis Bakke lot more practical and applicable to small and large companies. In fact, I can think of many situations I’ve personally been through where using distributed decision making would have made a significant positive impact, but were marred by indifferent and overloaded managers.
I gave up on the book midway. If one of you guys find it interesting, would like to hear your thoughts on the book.