Teal models are emerging and proving valuable for the management of complexity and progress towards humanist organizations. In this paper an AQAL analysis applied to Laloux case-research methodology is proposed, as a tool to help evolution. The model has been used in some case studies. The conceptual model compares the most relevant issues that differentiate ‘achievement-oriented (orange) and pluralist (green) from ‘Evolutionary’. The case studies seek to understand the novelty of the Teal stage from the traditional concepts of organization and human resources organizations.