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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 24 Aug 23

By Ted Rau for Enlivening Edge Magazine [Enlivenning Edge is happy to be an affiliate ecosystem partner recommending this conference.] Let’s play good news and bad news. The good news is that I’m seeing more and more self-management and trust-ful and leader-ful organizations emerge, or traditional organizations that include more patterns of shared responsibility. What’s the bad news? I’m worried. I’m worried because I think the movement has significant gaps. Let me explain. Every organization consists of team-level and organization-level functions. (See, for example the Viable Systems Model) The team level functions do the major work of the organization— producing

By Ted Rau for Enlivening Edge Magazine [Enlivenning Edge is happy to be an affiliate ecosystem partner recommending this conference.] Let’s play good news and bad news. The good news is that I’m seeing more and more self-management and trust-ful and leader-ful organizations emerge, or traditional organizations that include more patterns of shared responsibility. What’s the bad news? I’m worried.


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

By Clare Chapman for Enlivening Edge Magazine Premier League clubs spend record £815m in January transfer What a strange world we live in, when we pay minimum wage to the people who do valuable work keeping our streets and homes clean yet we have a football club which will pay a signing fee of £106.8m for one footballer (Enzo Fernandez). No doubt there is a business case to be made for this valuation, though I find it hard to square the numbers, not being a football fan. It interests me though, because it highlights the role that money plays in

By Clare Chapman for Enlivening Edge Magazine Premier League clubs spend record £815m in January transfer What a strange world we live in, when we pay minimum wage to the people who do valuable work keeping our streets and homes clean yet we have a football club which will pay a signing fee of £106.8m for one footballer (Enzo Fernandez).


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 16 Feb 23

This article is an invitation into the Design School for Regenerating Earth.People all over the world are gathering to learn how to restore landscapes, collaborate to achieve systemic outcomes, and work together in service to safeguarding our planetary future.When I wrote The Design Pathway for Regenerating Earth, it was to show that it really is possible to do this at the necessary scales. We can organize ourselves around holistic, integrated landscapes known as bioregions. Create prosocial groups that know how to work toward shared goals. And weave across features of landscapes to collaborate at continental and planetary scales.https://medium.com/media/03ea951aec929d1ecf25c9b1e659f499/hrefBack in 2020,

This article is an invitation into the Design School for Regenerating Earth.People all over the world are gathering to learn how to restore landscapes, collaborate to achieve systemic outcomes, and work together in service to safeguarding our planetary future.When I wrote The Design Pathway for Regenerating Earth, it was to show that it really is possible to do this at


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 18 Apr 20

Why you’re so confused by moneyContinue reading on Project 2020z »

Why you’re so confused by moneyContinue reading on Project 2020z »


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 16 Mar 20

Ashes to ashes. Dust to dust. We all become compost — but who among us feeds regeneration for the Earth?We are all at risk with the Coronavirus. It cannot be contained at this point in time — though there is still much that can be done to slow its spread with social distancing and quarantines to avoid overwhelming our health care systems. The fact of the matter is (a) all of us are pretty likely to catch it; and (b) some of us will not survive.My question in this essay is “What if there was a mechanism for regenerating the Earth that could make these deaths

Ashes to ashes. Dust to dust. We all become compost — but who among us feeds regeneration for the Earth?We are all at risk with the Coronavirus. It cannot be contained at this point in time — though there is still much that can be done to slow its spread with social distancing and quarantines to avoid overwhelming our health care systems. The fact of


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

[3.15.20]The story of the unfolding meta-crisis that we have been watching for the last decade has become enormously more salient over the past few weeks. This is a moment of major risk along many different fronts. It is also a moment of singular opportunity.Foremost among them is to learn.The Deep Code hypothesis has been that the dynamic attractor of our current civilization (the set of institutions, structures, ideas, habits and feedback loops that keep things hanging together) is in the process of evaporation. Like a tornado that is turning back into wind.At the same time, a new dynamic attractor is in the

[3.15.20]The story of the unfolding meta-crisis that we have been watching for the last decade has become enormously more salient over the past few weeks. This is a moment of major risk along many different fronts. It is also a moment of singular opportunity.Foremost among them is to learn.The Deep Code hypothesis has been that the dynamic attractor of our current


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