Put your organization to the test

Let's figure out where your team stands in terms of organizational evolution.
The next questions are focused on how your team currently works, and how evolved it is on the Teal scale.
It is possible that many of the answers are not an exact fit to your situation; please select the one you identify as the most similar.

When a new person needs to be added to the team, who makes the decision?
If a new cool opportunity becomes available for your team:
If a client is unhappy with the outcome of a project:
During team meetingsā€¦
If you are close to a deadline and you see you will not be able to meet it:
When someone in the team is unhappy with their position or general work environment:
When someone leaves the team:
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You are Red in the Teal organization's evolution scale.

RED

Red organizations have concentrated their power in one person (or a very reduced group of people). They usually make most decisions, and your relationship with them will greatly affect your work environment.
Structurally, they work similarly to Mafia hierarchies. People are encouraged to follow orders from the boss, and roles might not be as clear. 
They are based on division of labor and top-down authority.
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AMBER

These organizations are structured as pyramidal hierarchies and based in faith on the knowledge of superiors and managers. Everyone knows and is expected to respect their place, and workers limit themselves to do what they have to do. 
Their principles are stability and certainty, and they intend to build stable organizational charts.
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Orange

Orange organizations tend to view themselves as machines, and their integrants as engines. Each team plays a part in a studied mechanism with strict rules and processes to ensure all developments go as expected.
Their values are innovation and meritocracy, and workers are expected to take accountability for their actions. 
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Green

These newer organizations perceive their teams as part of their family. They tend to emotionally involve workers, and expectations are set at a personal level. They try to make decisions based on consensus, but it is unclear where consensus is in fact reached, or if the boss ends up taking the lead.
Their principles are empowerment, and a value-driven culture. Personal fit is very important. 
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Teal

Congrats! You've reached the Teal evolution level.
Teal organizations see themselves as alive organisms that should grow, learn, and change dynamically. At the same time, team members are expected to show up in a human, vulnerable way. They tend to use roles rather than fixed positions, understanding that interests and focuses may vary and change over time, and encourage everyone to find their purpose and make it visible as part of the organization. 
Their principles are self-management, wholeness, and evolutionary purpose.
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