The success of every organization lies entirely in their culture and corporate organization, as such, clearly distinct one organization from the other. Culture and corporate organization are critical aspects, which work to influence the management style that an organization choses. Ideally, not every management style works for every organization, and thus, the choice of management style made by a particular organization depends on what values the organization has, and the achievements it seeks to make. Considering the current situation at Zappos, Tony Hsieh, the CEO, develops a unique culture and management style for the company. According to his understanding of the organization and previous experience in his role as CEO, it is evidently clear that he believes Zappos needs a different approach to management and application of strategies.
From critical analysis, I think the particular management style established by Hsieh to Zappos is not the most appropriate for the situation. Companies need critical organization procedures, and whenever there is need in effecting change, it should be done systematically, while equally providing opportunities for the other employees to bring in their contributions on how best they understand the circumstances. However, in the case of Hsieh, it all seems as though his ideologies and opinions must be applied regardless of the circumstances. To me, that is similar to dictatorship, and, therefore, not the best management style for an organization such as Zappos.
Holacracy is the change of management, whereby the managerial hierarchy is eliminated and power distributed on a vertical perspective. Additionally, ‘teal’ is in reference to a set standard in which all activities of the organization are derived from within: developing a own regulatory and organizational strategy.