Organic Organizations (Tanya Stergiou & Ravi Resck)

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Description: Organic Organizations (O2) is a social technology based on Sociocracy 3.0 and Holacracy adapted to a Brazilian context, that helps organizations to become more adaptive, self-organized and purpose-centered. It is composed of a set of essential rules (its “Meta-Agreements”) plus a library of constantly evolving organizational patterns.

Bios: Tanya works in the implantation of collaborative management models, using S3, O2, Dragon Dreaming and Forum, striving to generate autonomy, responsibility and innovation within the workplace.
Ravi is interested in permaculture, music and computer science. He facilitates collaborative projects, is a project manager at FabLab Porto, SysAdmin for the international Dragon Dreaming platform and he composes music.

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