Fractal Organization Designs
Fractal Org Charts illustrate natural hierarchies and replace top-down systems. These organizational designs reflect 21st century values of respect, openness, honesty, and commitment. This modern system enables organic processes of continuous improvement, innovation, and iterative development by changing member's perceptions about their relationships to one another and emphasizing constant communication.Fractal Organizations have no limitations for advancement or internal competition, which are common in top-down hierarchies as people climb organizational ladders. In Fractal Organizations, individuals are naturally inclined to share information and resources in order to benefit the whole system. Information and resources flow naturally from the center to the edges and back to the center as members throughout participate with creative ideas, instinctual risk taking, and open and honest communication. The result is happy team members and successful operations that continually evolve.
We design fractal org charts that map your organization's collective intelligence. This natural hierarchy promotes exponential win-win-win outcomes that benefit all stakeholders in a situation. The org charts on this page represent a corporation, a training farm, a church, and a global non-profit:In this large-organization fractal model, the red spheres are central leadership; the gold spheres are arm leaders; green spheres are unit leaders; fuschia spheres are team leaders; blue spheres are front-line and functional team members. In this snowflake fractal model, also appropriate for large organizations, the red hexagon is central leadership; the gold hexagons are arm leaders; green hexagons are unit leaders; fuschia hexagons are team leaders; blue hexagons are front-line and functional team members. Green String Institute in Petaluma, California, trains leaders in natural process, sustainable farming techniques. Through a generative leadership model, graduates lead interns. Kimball Lutheran Church in Kannapolis, North Carolina, uses a fractal quilt pattern inspired by Dr. Wayne Cordiero of New Hope Christian Church in Hawaii. The Women's Global Leadership Iniative uses a floral fractal pattern to illustrate how their board members lead aspects of their organization. Contact us today to discuss options for creating your own fractal org chart!