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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 14 Jun 22

By Samantha Slade for Enlivening Edge Magazine An exploration into fresh and equitable approaches to pay How can compensation systems embody the values and culture of an organization? How might we take into account the relational aspect in financial distribution? What does it take for compensation to feel fair? Questioning traditional compensation systems and assumptions is about addressing systemic inequities and dealing with the organizational challenges that are spurring the Great Resignation. It is also about trying to take new economic theory such as Kate Raworth’s Doughnut Economics into practice. Percolab is a horizontal employee-owned business that functions as a lab …

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By Samantha Slade for Enlivening Edge Magazine An exploration into fresh and equitable approaches to pay How can compensation systems embody the values and culture of an organization? How might we take into account the relational aspect in financial distribution? What does it take for compensation to feel fair? Questioning traditional compensation systems and assumptions is about addressing systemic inequities and …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 20 Apr 22

It would benefit both Israel and Palestine if people could donate to a non-profit programme that made direct, unconditional cash payments to impoverished Palestinians living in the Palestinian territories. The… View Post The post Direct Cash Aid to Palestinians Would Be a Win-Win appeared first on Areo.

It would benefit both Israel and Palestine if people could donate to a non-profit programme that made direct, unconditional cash payments to impoverished Palestinians living in the Palestinian territories. The… View Post The post Direct Cash Aid to Palestinians Would Be a Win-Win appeared first on Areo.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 22 Mar 22

Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine has united liberal, democratic nations in a way few thought possible. And there is now a growing effort to erode support for the Russian president… View Post The post Putin’s London People: Dirty Russian Money in the UK appeared first on Areo.

Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine has united liberal, democratic nations in a way few thought possible. And there is now a growing effort to erode support for the Russian president… View Post The post Putin’s London People: Dirty Russian Money in the UK appeared first on Areo.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 18 Mar 22

One unavoidable rite of passage for children growing up in Singapore is a trip to the Haw Par Villa. Built by the brothers who invented Tiger Balm, the main attraction… View Post The post Sympathy for the Devil appeared first on Areo.

One unavoidable rite of passage for children growing up in Singapore is a trip to the Haw Par Villa. Built by the brothers who invented Tiger Balm, the main attraction… View Post The post Sympathy for the Devil appeared first on Areo.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 14 Mar 22

Industry in Russia Conventional analysts are looking at the Russian invasion of Ukraine through the lens of military strategy and geopolitical rivalry. But the invasion and its geopolitical consequences can only be properly understood in the context of wider transformations in the global economy, driven by disruptions unfolding across every major sector, namely, energy, transportation, food, information and materials. The Russian invasion of Ukraine is, in other words, symptomatic of a much wider process: the economic and military unwinding of the age of extraction as an entirely new system emerges. Six years ago, RethinkX’s co-founders Tony Seba and James Arbib …

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Industry in Russia Conventional analysts are looking at the Russian invasion of Ukraine through the lens of military strategy and geopolitical rivalry. But the invasion and its geopolitical consequences can only be properly understood in the context of wider transformations in the global economy, driven by disruptions unfolding across every major sector, namely, energy, transportation, food, information and materials. The …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 28 Jan 22

More than fifty years after its first publication—and now in its sixth (posthumous) edition—The German Hansa, by the French historian Philippe Dollinger, remains a classic. Written in a scholarly yet… View Post The post The Empire That Wasn’t: The German Hanse appeared first on Areo.

More than fifty years after its first publication—and now in its sixth (posthumous) edition—The German Hansa, by the French historian Philippe Dollinger, remains a classic. Written in a scholarly yet… View Post The post The Empire That Wasn’t: The German Hanse appeared first on Areo.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 11 Jan 22

By Tom Thomison and Joost Schouten and originally published at encodeorg on YouTube What does blockchain do to the space of next-stage organizations? How does it change the interface of organizational theory/practice and technology? It pushes the boundaries of Decentralized Autonomous Organizations. Listen and be updated and educated by this rich and knowledgable conversation. 46 minutes 5 seconds Republished with permission. Featured image added by Enlivening Edge Magazine[…]

By Tom Thomison and Joost Schouten and originally published at encodeorg on YouTube What does blockchain do to the space of next-stage organizations? How does it change the interface of organizational theory/practice and technology? It pushes the boundaries of Decentralized Autonomous Organizations. Listen and be updated and educated by this rich and knowledgable conversation. 46 minutes 5 seconds Republished with …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 30 Dec 21

By Mike Moyer and Tom Thomison and originally published at encodeorg on YouTube Mike Moyer: Professor, Author of the Slicing Pie Framework (a Model for Start-up Bootstrapping using Dynamic Equity) Thomas Thomison: Entrepreneur, co-creator of the Holacracy and For-Purpose Enterprise Frameworks and Founding Partner of encode.org In this fireside chat held on October 26th, 2021, Tom and Mike had an interesting conversation about their motivations to create new models for organizing around purpose and sharing equity fairly and transparently, and about why capital interest will substitute the payroll in a decentralized, powershifted work environment. Find out more on: https://encode.org/    …

How to Fund a Project or Start Up with Minimal Cash: A Dialogue on Dynamic Equity for the PowerShift Read More »

By Mike Moyer and Tom Thomison and originally published at encodeorg on YouTube Mike Moyer: Professor, Author of the Slicing Pie Framework (a Model for Start-up Bootstrapping using Dynamic Equity) Thomas Thomison: Entrepreneur, co-creator of the Holacracy and For-Purpose Enterprise Frameworks and Founding Partner of encode.org In this fireside chat held on October 26th, 2021, Tom and Mike had an …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 15 Dec 21

OnlySubs Episode 72: Communism Is Not an Economic Theory is now available exclusively for New Discourses contributors on the following platforms: Locals Patreon Subscribestar YouTube Members ThinkSpot Communism is widely regarded as an economic theory. This is not so. While a communistic economic theory is possible in one where the community shares equal ownership of all goods and property in society, Communism as it derives from Marxism merely uses this idea as a pretext and a vision to push for what it really is: a revolutionary theory. The whole purpose of Communist ideology is to agitate for and eventually produce the Revolution …

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OnlySubs Episode 72: Communism Is Not an Economic Theory is now available exclusively for New Discourses contributors on the following platforms: Locals Patreon Subscribestar YouTube Members ThinkSpot Communism is widely regarded as an economic theory. This is not so. While a communistic economic theory is possible in one where the community shares equal ownership of all goods and property in society, …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 28 Oct 21

A sign from the No Planet B global climate strike in September 02019. Photo by Markus Spiske on Unsplash The following essay was written by Lucienne Bacon and Lucas Kopinski, senior year students at Avenues: The World School. Bacon and Kopinski spent the previous school year engaging with Long Now ideas, such as the pace layers model, while they pursued an independent project reflecting on the importance and fallibility of metrics when it comes to balancing long-term environmental and societal health. The essay crystallizes their learnings and proposes a long-term index that combines social, environmental, present, and future considerations. Authors’ …

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A sign from the No Planet B global climate strike in September 02019. Photo by Markus Spiske on Unsplash The following essay was written by Lucienne Bacon and Lucas Kopinski, senior year students at Avenues: The World School. Bacon and Kopinski spent the previous school year engaging with Long Now ideas, such as the pace layers model, while they pursued …

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