Having been a keen advocate of Sociocratic Circle Method (SCM) since 2001, in 2014 I got together with Bernhard Bockelbrink to create a body of free learning resources for people working in tech to pull in elements of Sociocratic Circle Method. It soon became apparent that by combining sociocratic thinking with agile and lean, a synthesis could emerge. In this presentation, I’ll explain some of the commonalities and key differences between SCM and Sociocracy 3.0 (S3), how we got here and why I now dedicate my time to telling the world about S3.
We understand difficult situations in meetings better if we take a systemic view of organizations and see incidents as indicators for the whole culture. Find a list of what’s underneath the moment you see.