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The 3 most typical struggles in sociocratic organizations
How to make a proposal in sociocracy
Denmark Technical University DTU
Unico school diagram
Intentional feedback in organizations
On interpersonal feedback
The liberating effect of “good enough”
How to implement sociocracy – a roadmap
Participatory proposal writing
Strategies for integrating objections
Consent decision making
Sociocracy and you
Tips for more effective meetings
The Collaboration Superpowers – No One Is Ignored With Sociocracy
Lean change management – Sociocracy with Jerry Koch-Gonzalez
Sociocracy: The Movement
Peer-to-Peer Governance in a for-profit organization
Rocky Corner cohousing
Another School is Possible Association
There is no hierarchy in sociocracy… right?
Non-profit: Learn To Change
A Time bank in Massachusetts
A theater company
Company-Wide Agility with Beyond Budgeting, Open Space, and Sociocracy
Community of eco villages: Casa Latina
Lean, Agile, Teal…. how does sociocracy fit in? – François Knuchel
Sociocracy In An Agile World – Leif Hanack and Michael Geiß
What makes sociocracy hard to do – and what to do about it.
Picture forming and proposal shaping in an example
Making it a habit to ask for and give feedback will make every organization stronger on all levels.
Performance reviews (or “Role Improvement”) are a way to give feedback to one person or each other in a space of psychological safety.
No feedback, no improvement! Without hearing from others how they perceive what we do or say, we will never hear how we can improve. Bonus: an brief and simple introduction into NVC.
“Good enough” sounds like a low-level decision-making method. And yet, for some people, that’s not how they experience it. “Only” aiming for good enough can be a matter of respect and
You want to implement sociocracy but you don’t know how to go about it? This article walks you through the different phases and gives you a roadmap for implementation.
Picture forming, proposal shaping and synthesis – a 3-step process to turn everyone’s ideas into a good proposal!
What are the strategies to understand and integrate objections? Read about the options in this article – the more options you are familiar with, the more relaxed you can be as a facilitator or circle member.
Making decisions by consent – step by step! Everything is clear, everyone has a chance to get on board.
Arbolife was founded by Morli and Marc Mathys because they wanted to take a road to better care about themselves and the planet.
Curious about one of the roots of Holacracy? This overview of past and current also conveys the values and emotional flavor of this distributed-decision-making systems
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.