Definition of Chaordic leadership:
A leadership discipline coined in 1999 by former Visa CEO Dee Hock that is both a management style, and a system of organization that governs the exercise of authority. It is characterized by the harmonious blending of both order and chaos principles where neither is dominant (e.g. competition and cooperation). Chaordic leadership involves four main responsibilities, which are 1) manage self 50% of the time 2) manage those with authority over us 25% of the time 3) manage your peers 20% of the time and 4) manage those we are responsible for 5% of the time.
Meaning of Chaordic leadership & Chaordic leadership Definition