Sunflower Model for circles in sociocracy (Mehmet Kuzu)

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Description: Sunflower is an interesting flower since it involves fibonacci serial ( 1 1 2 3 5 8 13 …) and systematically this spiral imagination can be helpful for larger communities in getting circles for sociocracy. For example, each circle has got a role for dissemination of knowledge and in each circle duties should be shared. Communication process can be structured by using fibonacci serial like in a sunflower.

Bio: Mehmet Kuzu provides consultancy to different types of organizations in the field of sustainable local development as a Statistician with Political Science knowledge. He works as a Business Development and Entrepreneurship Specialist at Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). Since 2009, he has been working as a trainer in projects within the scope of European Union grant programs.

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