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A leading food processing company demonstrates how to create an organization that combines managerial discipline and market-centric flexibility – without bosses, titles, or promotions.

This article was first published in the December 2011 issue of Harvard Business Review.

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Work ethic rewarded

Very interesting concept. It wouldn't work for every employee but sounds like it would be great for the self-motivated achievers. Those who have a good to strong work ethic. I would recommend that entrepreneurs listen to this, especially if they want to grow their company beyond 5 or 10. I wonder what the avg age of the colleague at Morningstar is. Would this work for the millennial generation?