Subjective history of the Reinventing Organisation Map

We are grateful for all the work our peers and predecessors have done. We appreciate all contributions and please let us know if you feel we have missed someone from this very subjective list.
“If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of Giants.” Isaac Newton

2018 Jun – Start of the Italian and German translations, release of the Dutch translation, the Poland Jagellonian University published an academic paper about using the map for mapping their schools. The FB group is growing. We are about to reach 1000 participants.

2018 May – the Map was introduced on IEC2018 and in the European Committee. Webinars for the Map FB group community

2018 Apr – start of the Dutch translation. A group in Brazil printed the Map on a large carpet to use it as an embodiment exercise

2018 Mar – a small group in the UK started a co-creative process aimed to create an online assessment tool based on the Map

2018 Feb – start of the French translation, release of the Portuguese, Czech and Danish translations

2018 Jan – the was released – platform for creating and altering new maps and visualizing results of an org. assessment

2017 Oct – the “Sociocracy and Holacracy” book was finished by Ferenc Kiss (member of the group)

2017 Sep – Map 2.3 was released (current) – it was the first Open Source – CC version with additional changes in lines and levels. The first (volunteer) translation of the Map (Spanish)!

2017 Jul – the Reinventing Organisations Map Facebook group was created

2017 Mar – Map 2.2 was released with changes in lines and expressions regards the experiences and feedbacks of the clients

2017 Jan – Map 2.1 was released, with minor improvements

2016 Dec – Map with a new design and lot of improvements, first international client, the assessment method was introduced, Reinventing Organizations Website is released

2016 Sep – The first english version of the Map was released with Integral colors (1.8)

2016 Aug – The first Reinventing version of the Map was released (colors were changed from the Spiral Dynamics to the Integral – Reinventing colors) – the explanations for the levels was added

2016 – Atlas platform group was born with the former Circle43 and new members, releasing versions of the Map from 1.1-1.8, the Hungarian translation of the Reinventing Organisations book was released with the help of the Circle43

2016 Circle43 group learning summary – Path to quality, eurythmy, psychodrama, creativity, working with small – medium – large organisations on culture change, Tribal Leadership, Conscious Leadership.

2015 Circle43 group learning summary – digital transformation with U process in large enterprises, Path to Quality/Dynamic delegation, Assertivity, salary formulas, foundations of Anthroposophy, Teal as a concept, money in Teal, Facilitation kickstart team foundation, the Teal foundations of the Agile, System thinking, first contact with George Pór

2014 Circle43 learning summary – purpose and goal setting methods, metric systems for soft skills (+visualisation with graphyte), enneagram, wholeness, Management 3.0, Oz accountability, Theory U

2014 Aug – contacting IMU – Monika Luger – starting conversation about collaboration – creating a first web page for the map with a reference to IMU, experimentation with the integral competence map, changing some of its lines and expressions

2014 Jun – Szabolcs Emich translated the IMU map to Hungarian language – also re-created the map in Keynote so it could be extended and modified easily

2014 May – Miklós Vitai met IMU map on European Integral conference. There was no other languages available that time than German.

2014 – Frederic Laloux: Reinventing Organisations book was released

2013 – The Circle 43 COP (community of practice) group was born in Hungary – main focus on empathy, Agile coaching, salutogenesis, NLP, Holacracy, OKR, Toastmasters, grit, devops, Startups, Jira

2008 – Alex Osterwalder and his colleagues introduced the Business Model Canvas

2007 – Holacracy was born

2001 – Agile manifesto was born

2000 – Otto Scharmer – Theory U book was released

1996 – the Spiral Dynamics book was released

1993 – the facilitation became a profession, born out of Kanban

1990 – Peter Senge: “The 5th principle” book was published

1989 – Stephen Coveys book “7 habits of highly effective peoples” book was published

1975 – NLP was born

1974 – Beck presented the concepts behind Spiral Dynamics

1973 – Ken Wilber’s first book about Integral theory was released

1970 – the dawn of the system thinking

1967 – Arthur Koestler’s book about the Holon concept was released (part of the modern Integral theory)

1951 – Rogers presented the idea of empathy (before that only the sympathy and antipathy existed)

1950 – dawn of modern project management and the Lean

1943 – the Maslow pyramid was born

1939 – Jean Gebser presented the first version of the Integral Theory

1917 – Rudolf Steiner presented the concept of threefolding – a concept of modern society

1914 – Aurobindo started using the expression: Integral (he is also the founder of integral – Purna – yoga)

1912 – Jung introduced the concepts of extrovert – introvert, the collective unconscious, persona, shadow, anima and animus, the Selbst

1900 – Taylor has presented the concept of scientific management

XX-th century – Anthroposophy (modern integration of the western and eastern wisdom) was born

XIX-th century – the dawn of psychology (Freud)

XVII-th century – the dawn of materialism (Bacon, Descartes)

XV-th century – the dawn of consciousness – new era starts where the main quests are: understanding, questioning, consciousness, conscious fate, forgiveness, conscious love