If others fill out the 10 page survey the way I did (and feel), we'll be high up in the rankings.
The WorldBlu website has this info sheet on it's site:
THE SEARCH: NOVEMBER 1, 2006 - FEBRUARY 16, 2007
The WorldBlu Search for the Most Democratic Workplaces™ is a global search happening from November 1, 2006 until February 16, 2007 to identify organizations in the for-profit, non-profit or government sectors practicing organizational democracy.
THE WORLDBLU LIST OF MOST DEMOCRATIC WORKPLACES™ 2007
On March 6, 2007, WorldBlu will announce the first annual WorldBlu List of Most Democratic Workplaces™ as a part of the first Democracy in the Workplace Day. The WorldBlu List will be the result of WorldBlu's global search for organizations practicing democracy in the workplace. The WorldBlu List will be comprised of organizations that took the WorldBlu Democratic Workplace Scorecard™ and scored in the top level, identifying them as one of the most democratic workplaces in the world.
A GROWING GLOBAL MOVEMENT
We believe there's a growing global movement towards creating workplaces that fully engage employees, giving them a voice and a stake in the outcome of their work. And we believe great value -- as well as a community -- will emerge from shining a spotlight on organizations choosing freedom rather than fear, peer-to-peer relationships rather than paternalistic platitudes, and engagement rather than estrangement as their way of getting work done.
DEMOCRACY IN THE WORKPLACE DAY
Because of this growing global movement, we invite you to join us in celebrating March 6th as Democracy in the Workplace Day. Our hope is that people and organizations around the world will join us in celebrating both the presence and possibility of democracy at work on this special day.
RECOGNIZING THE MAVERICKS, INSPIRING OTHERS
The inspiration for the WorldBlu Search has come from democratic organizations themselves. Over the past ten years as Traci Fenton, WorldBlu Founder and CEO, has toured the world researching organizations that operate using democratic principles, she has seen many highly successful and profitable -- yet often unnoticed -- examples of democracy in the workplace. These organizations are defying convention, rewriting the rules of business and pioneering the next generation of organizational design and leadership in the process. The WorldBlu List of Most Democratic Workplaces™ seeks to recognize these mavericks and inspire others in the process.