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5 Ways you’re already using restorative practices
Lazy Consent: Care and Power
Leadership without hierarchy – how to be a good leader
Small Steps — Introducing Sociocracy in an Established Food Co op. Alexander Davidson Carroll
The problem of numbers: How does sociocracy work for large cooperatives? Ted Rau
Beyond Fair Shares: A Sociocratic UK Cooperative Society – Nathaniel Whitestone
Analyzing the power (harmful and/or generative) dynamics in your team – Rebecca Fisher-McGinty
Introducing en route sociocratic elements to a radical worker cooperative – Orestis Varkarolis
Designing sociocratic co-op structures in the UK – Mark Simmonds
Creating the climate where Sociocratic principles can thrive. 6 months in the life of “Building OUT” – Abi Handley
Co-operative Sociocracy — making it work for your co-op – Abbie Kempson & Kate Whittle
Mehr als Wohnen — housing coop – Andreas Geiger
Sociocracy with Children and Other People
Sociocracy’s Magic Number 3
Better time management in meetings – with sociocracy
La Croisée des Chemins: A school using sociocracy
Sociocracy and Anarchism: Neither Gods nor Masters, but Systems and Structures
Bringing wisdom into today’s governance models
The first certified sociocracy trainer in Poland!
Sociocracy or Holacracy?
How (not) to side-track a meeting
Magic is where people get together!
The language of collaboration
Co-op principles align with Sociocracy
Why self-governance? Why self-empathy? And why now?
What matters more, product or process?
Case study: Asheville Movement Collective
R:ekobyn i Röstånga – a forming community
Bridport Cohousing and Sociocracy
Allen Vernier: Experimenting with sociocracy in a top-down-context
Design company. The new processes were introduced gradually.
Rocky Corner is a cohousing community being built in Bethany, Connecticut in the USA.
A movement striving for a childcentered, playfocused, nonprofit primary education.
“Is there hierarchy in sociocracy?” is a fairly common question. And since people expect me to say no, I always say yes. Why? Because that’s the best way to get into a real conversation. Because the real answer needs to be given in a conversation, not in a quick statement, and not in a slogan.
Case study: Learn to change is a Non Governmental Organization that brings together a community of teachers and educators working to support educational transformation for the benefit of building sustainable democratic societies.
Valley Time Trade is a volunteer organization that tracks hours of service offered by members to other members, referred to as a time bank. It is located in the north-central part of the Pioneer Valley, a western region in the state of Massachusetts.
Mindfulness first is a nonprofit that promotes mindfulness in schools and beyond.
A worker-owned theater company in New York state.
Casa Latina is the Latin American part of the Global Ecovillage Network, an association of ecovillages
We have been calling sociocracy the “Operating system of the New Economy”. We say that sociocracy could be at the heart of the New Economy. Before we describe how sociocracy and collaborative paradigms go together, let’s look at the New Economy. The New Economy For...
LOS is a sociocratic school located in the small village of Duerne in the south of the Netherlands.
Eden Community is a Christian cohousing community.
This case study features a proposal for a for-profit in the UK.
IBC’s purpose is to raise awareness and increase sustainability in bioregional communities.