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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 22 Sep 23

By Ted Rau and originally published in an email, a press release, and on LinkedIn.com In four weeks, Sociocracy for All will be ready to publish a new book that I wrote. The book will be called Collective Power. Patterns for A Self-organized Future. What “Collective Power” is The intention of the book is to show the underlying patterns of collaboration in groups. The better we understand the patterns of cooperation, the better we can design systems where humans thrive.  Those conceptual parts are intermixed with stories. People often say, “This was a great training, but the stories you tell

By Ted Rau and originally published in an email, a press release, and on LinkedIn.com In four weeks, Sociocracy for All will be ready to publish a new book that I wrote. The book will be called Collective Power. Patterns for A Self-organized Future. What “Collective Power” is The intention of the book is to show the underlying patterns of


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 31 Jul 23

A response for those longing for healthy team dynamics by Samantha Slade, April Charlo, and Erika Koskela. Originally published on percolab.com Snqweylmistn is an indigenous organization in the USA, learning how to run a business that honors its traditional ways of leading. Percolab Coop Canada supports organizations to grow participatory and inclusive structure and culture based on a body of work from the book Going Horizontal. Collaborating since 2022, the two organizations feel that the challenges they are working through are common to many organizations, indigenous or not, and are co-writing a few articles based on reflections on their work.

A response for those longing for healthy team dynamics by Samantha Slade, April Charlo, and Erika Koskela. Originally published on percolab.com Snqweylmistn is an indigenous organization in the USA, learning how to run a business that honors its traditional ways of leading. Percolab Coop Canada supports organizations to grow participatory and inclusive structure and culture based on a body of


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 28 Mar 23

By Sam Rye and orginally published on Field Notes by Sam Rye When Suzanne Simard brought to mainstream attention the knowledge of vast underground mycorrhizal networks (which connect trees, grasses and other forms of life throughout grassland and forest ecosystems), the ‘wood wide web‘ changed the perception of these incredible ecosystems for many people. What if we were able to do the same for the web of human relationships and ways of being that enable us to work together, and make change possible? This provocation is an idea I’ve been playing around with for awhile, and has once again cropped

By Sam Rye and orginally published on Field Notes by Sam Rye When Suzanne Simard brought to mainstream attention the knowledge of vast underground mycorrhizal networks (which connect trees, grasses and other forms of life throughout grassland and forest ecosystems), the ‘wood wide web‘ changed the perception of these incredible ecosystems for many people. What if we were able to


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 9 May 21

And the continuing adventures of SOCIHi everyone. Last year (or maybe the year before), Medium censored one of my posts with effectively no explanation or process. So I no longer feel called to post here. If you’d like to follow my work (such as it is), my new home is at Substack.https://deepcode.substack.com/p/on-the-future-of-the-blockchain“In February of 2016, I wrote an essay concerning the nature and potential of Bitcoin. With now five years of water under the bridge, and the price of Bitcoin increasing a hundredfold, I figured it would be worth returning to the topic and reexamining the landscape. In the present essay,

And the continuing adventures of SOCIHi everyone. Last year (or maybe the year before), Medium censored one of my posts with effectively no explanation or process. So I no longer feel called to post here. If you’d like to follow my work (such as it is), my new home is at Substack.https://deepcode.substack.com/p/on-the-future-of-the-blockchain“In February of 2016, I wrote an essay concerning the


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 14 Dec 20

Triangulating the Discourse and Moving Forward Together*This article was first published in The Side View in May, and is paired with The Hypermodern Highway to Hell which was published here in October.IntroductionWhat is metamodernism and how can it help us collectively navigate these troubled, transitional times? The meaning of such a word must be disambiguated and its complexity foregrounded. At this point, there is no shortcut. As my colleague Hanzi Freinacht says, there’s no elevator pitch, you have to take the stairs. In this article, I will try to carry you, dear reader, up a few flights.Metamodernism is an irreducibly complex and contested

Triangulating the Discourse and Moving Forward Together*This article was first published in The Side View in May, and is paired with The Hypermodern Highway to Hell which was published here in October.IntroductionWhat is metamodernism and how can it help us collectively navigate these troubled, transitional times? The meaning of such a word must be disambiguated and its complexity foregrounded. At this point,


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 14 Dec 20

Triangulating the Discourse and Moving Forward Together*This article was first published in The Side View in May, and is paired with The Hypermodern Highway to Hell which was published here in October.IntroductionWhat is metamodernism and how can it help us collectively navigate these troubled, transitional times? The meaning of such a word must be disambiguated and its complexity foregrounded. At this point, there is no shortcut. As my colleague Hanzi Freinacht says, there’s no elevator pitch, you have to take the stairs. In this article, I will try to carry you, dear reader, up a few flights.Metamodernism is an irreducibly complex and contested

Triangulating the Discourse and Moving Forward Together*This article was first published in The Side View in May, and is paired with The Hypermodern Highway to Hell which was published here in October.IntroductionWhat is metamodernism and how can it help us collectively navigate these troubled, transitional times? The meaning of such a word must be disambiguated and its complexity foregrounded. At this point,


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 15 Jul 20

Making the Move to Meta-Modern Monetary TheoryIn this trilogy of articles (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3), I interpolate Tomas Bjorkman’s magnum opus The World We Create: From God to Market, which is designed to awaken us to our own social constructions and develop a more conscious society based on evolutionary and complexity thinking, and ultimately reimagine monetary relations. I reviewed some broader themes of his book and the implications of the movement in an article titled The World We’re Creating (2018), which I followed up with The World That’s Emerging (2020). This is a process that invites our network as

Making the Move to Meta-Modern Monetary TheoryIn this trilogy of articles (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3), I interpolate Tomas Bjorkman’s magnum opus The World We Create: From God to Market, which is designed to awaken us to our own social constructions and develop a more conscious society based on evolutionary and complexity thinking, and ultimately reimagine monetary relations. I reviewed


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 15 Jul 20

Making the Move to Meta-Modern Monetary TheoryIn this trilogy of articles (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3), I interpolate Tomas Bjorkman’s magnum opus The World We Create: From God to Market, which is designed to awaken us to our own social constructions and develop a more conscious society based on evolutionary and complexity thinking, and ultimately reimagine monetary relations. I reviewed some broader themes of his book and the implications of the movement in an article titled The World We’re Creating (2018), which I followed up with The World That’s Emerging (2020). This is a process that invites our network as

Making the Move to Meta-Modern Monetary TheoryIn this trilogy of articles (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3), I interpolate Tomas Bjorkman’s magnum opus The World We Create: From God to Market, which is designed to awaken us to our own social constructions and develop a more conscious society based on evolutionary and complexity thinking, and ultimately reimagine monetary relations. I reviewed


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 15 Jul 20

From Social Construction to Sociological ReconstructionIn this trilogy of articles (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3), I interpolate Tomas Bjorkman’s magnum opus The World We Create: From God to Market, which is designed to awaken us to our own social constructions and develop a more conscious society based on evolutionary and complexity thinking, and ultimately reimagine monetary relations. I reviewed some broader themes of his book and the implications of the movement in an article titled The World We’re Creating (2018), which I followed up with The World That’s Emerging (2020). This is a process that invites our network as

From Social Construction to Sociological ReconstructionIn this trilogy of articles (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3), I interpolate Tomas Bjorkman’s magnum opus The World We Create: From God to Market, which is designed to awaken us to our own social constructions and develop a more conscious society based on evolutionary and complexity thinking, and ultimately reimagine monetary relations. I reviewed


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 15 Jul 20

From Social Construction to Sociological ReconstructionIn this trilogy of articles (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3), I interpolate Tomas Bjorkman’s magnum opus The World We Create: From God to Market, which is designed to awaken us to our own social constructions and develop a more conscious society based on evolutionary and complexity thinking, and ultimately reimagine monetary relations. I reviewed some broader themes of his book and the implications of the movement in an article titled The World We’re Creating (2018), which I followed up with The World That’s Emerging (2020). This is a process that invites our network as

From Social Construction to Sociological ReconstructionIn this trilogy of articles (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3), I interpolate Tomas Bjorkman’s magnum opus The World We Create: From God to Market, which is designed to awaken us to our own social constructions and develop a more conscious society based on evolutionary and complexity thinking, and ultimately reimagine monetary relations. I reviewed


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