Holacracy is not a lack of structure; it is a new way of structure that allows organizations to be more agile and to more rapidly adapt to change.
It is very rare that you will find someone who likes bureaucracy and politics. Unfortunately those are necessary evils in a traditional organizational structure. When authority is seeded from the top down, you will always have the risk of egos, emotions and personal agendas getting in the way of progress. That is unfortunate because most people just want to do meaningful work. Accomplishing that is very difficult when you have to go through layers of authority. So instead, many people just give up and only do what they are told. There has to be a better way, and maybe Holacracy is the answer.
Give it a try. What do you have to lose? Start small and collect as much data as you can. Just make sure and give it a good, honest effort. Operate completely under Holacracy in one small part of your organization — don’t just pick and choose the easy stuff. Who knows, it may change the way your organization operates for the next 100 years.