Liberating Structures

Liberating Structures defines the concepts of macrostructures (structures built for the long term like building, strategies, policies, core operating processes and are expensive to change) and microstructures (physical spaces where interaction takes place like meeting rooms that are small but are routinely interacted with). Although these work in tandem, having small incremental changes in microstructures allows for solutions to common problems to be found easily. It changes the approach to interactions and thus unlocks the creativity of the entire workforce.