Experiment and learn rapidly – Nenad Maljković

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Is it possible to learn about sociocracy and practise it without training or mentoring? With all the resources that are now freely available online? It depends, but… yes! 🙂 Start “experimenting and learning rapidly” by testing elements of sociocracy in teams and groups and develop useful skills for facilitation and self-organising. And there is this […]

Sociocracy and the cooperative movement – Jim Johnson

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Sociocracy and cooperativism stem from the premise that humans thrive as social animals. Quite possibly, cooperation acts as our most characteristic trait as living beings. We need each other. No human effort, made by a lone individual, succeeds. Since the dawn of our species, we have engaged in cooperation, and we’re still figuring out how […]

Trayendo la sociocracia a Latinoamérica – Beatriz Arjona

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CASA Latina – (Consejo de Asentamientos Sustentables de América Latina) – la región latinoamericana de GEN (Red Global de Ecoaldeas) fue creada en el 2012 como una organización sociocrática, siguiendo la sugerencia de Diana Leafe. Desde entonces hemos asumido el compromiso con el aprendizaje, práctica y enseñanzas de la sociocracia inspirando a personas y organizaciones […]

Nabu: digital sociocracy – Didier Escalon

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Nabu is a prototype software designed to facilitate general sociocratic management for small, up to unlimited size organization. Nabu complements physical and online meetings, allowing any member to participate in the decision making process of its team from home at anytime. There is no way to make a decision in Nabu without consent of all […]

Feeling safe and brave: Sociocracy, neurospsychology and neuroscience – John Schinnerer

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How can we feel safe while also being brave, bold, courageous? Recent research in neuroscience and neuropsychology has offered fascinating insights into how our brains, minds, and bodies interact with and respond to one another and our world at large. This session explores how a sociocratic approach supports greater success in human collaboration and collective […]