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The “four necessary requirements” for intentional communities to use sociocracy effectively
Hierarchy, power and sociocracy
Increasing Collective Intelligence through Sociocracy
Decision-making in a Northern European Historic Perspective
Sociocracy in Schools
Sociocracy and Art of Hosting
Getting it Built with Sociocracy
Antipatterns – Solutions for common problems that tend to make them worse
Sociocracy in Extinction Rebellion New York City
How Conduct a Probe, a Report From The First Narrathon
Sociocracy and Holacracy through a human organization lens
Sociocracy as a solution for succession and organizational effectiveness – NGO case
Sociocracy and Permaculture Design in a School Setting
Coaching skills and sociocracy in our business
Sociocracy and Prosocial
Case study: 10pines
Case study: Our Journey Investigating Scalability in For-Profit Organisations
Sociocracy enhancing psychological safety on a team
Non-Profit Law and Sociocratic Governance
Never had there been so much complexity in our world, even before Corona. Running organisations was proving increasingly difficult due to the complexity they were operating under. Partly this was because the methods we were using were never designed to run organisations in complexity. Leadership in complexity requires a completely different set of tools from conventional leadership. VUCA (Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity) also demands a completely different mindset.
Prairie Hill is a cohousing community on an 8-acre site in Iowa City, Iowa. It got its start in 2009, and they started construction in 2017. At this time (spring, 2020) they have built their common house and about 30 of their 36 units.
Three years ago, in a Town named Ebeltoft people started to gather, they began having conversations within the Community, they started organising themselves and gradually formed an organisation of around 30 people.
Børns Vilkår: based in Copenhagen, Børns Vilkår is dedicated to stopping child neglect in all its forms. They were born with this purpose in 1971 and have continued to grow and expand the way in which they support children. Currently, they run a number of services including phone line and online support, as well as working with schools and government to address the root issues.
10Pines is a 10-year-old software development company headquartered in Argentina with agile manifesto values and a peculiar way of working at its roots. With 85 employees, 10pines has more than $3M in sales and it serves both startups and large clients such as Starbucks, Burger King, Turner, Claro, Teespring in North and South America. Due to its culture and rituals, employees at 10pines are happy and turnover is less than 5%, compared to a 25-30% average value in the industry.
Codento is a Finnish consultancy company based on sustainable software development where customer satisfaction is the most important, even if that means to recommend other companies to potential clients. They grow up together with customers helping those on achieving their goals and expectations.
When the Swiss design and development agency Nothing AG spun-off one of their internal products into an independent business called Peerdom, the Peerdom team initially started by replicating their mother company’s implementation of sociocracy.
Diego Cuadra. Estamos viviendo tiempos extraordinarios, tiempos de grandes cambios. Muchas tradiciones y pueblos, Hindúes, Incas, Mayas, Mapuches, muchos pueblos nativos americanos, Judíos y también está escrito en la Biblia, han hablado durante siglos del término de un gran ciclo y el inicio de otro de mayor armonía y paz. Hoy en tiempos de Cornonavirus hay por un lado un cierto optimismo y/o esperanza de que pronto volveremos a la “normalidad” perdida.
Case study of sociocracy in SCCAN. Its mission is “To inspire and promote, connect and support community-led action in Scotland to address the Climate Emergency.”
Enkindle Village School is the first independent democratic school in North Queensland, Australia. Egalitarian in nature, the school is founded on democratic principles, with the belief that everyone affected by a decision should have a voice in that decision.
Holacracy and sociocracy, how are they the same, how are they different? This article provides an overview of the differences and similarities.
Sociocracy was developed with small groups in mind. When and how can we apply it to large groups?
How similar are sociocracy and NVC? How do they complement each other?
Are sociocratic organizations more responsive than top-down hierarchies? Read a case study of two sociocratic organizations – a community and an NGO workplace – and their responses to the covid crisis.
This webinar is giving an overview of sociocracy.
– better listening
– consent decision making and circle structure
– examples from real life!