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Peel-the-Onion - P2P Foundation

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The article, Solution Development started with the questions: “Have you ever had such a clever idea that you couldn't imagine it would not be a success? Then, for whatever the reason, it just didn't develop as you thought it would - maybe not at all?” The article went on to posit the notion that the interplay between the concept and the context in which it develops is a major determinant in whether an idea evolves to becomes a valuable solution in the eyes of those who take delivery.
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Open Source Pattern Language Re-Generative of Commons - P2P Foundation

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= Exploring how to embed into the system the code for its renewal. Fostering factors of opportunity and renewal as commons. Leveraging agency and empowering change agents in their own contexts across the board.


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Slow democracy | openDemocracy

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At a time when 95 per cent of Americans disapprove of their own Congress, what hope is there for democracy in the USA? Plenty, if democracy itself can be transformed. This is the fourth article in our series on “trans-partisan politics”

  
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Peel-the-Onion - P2P Foundation

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The article, Solution Development started with the questions: “Have you ever had such a clever idea that you couldn't imagine it would not be a success? Then, for whatever the reason, it just didn't develop as you thought it would - maybe not at all?” The article went on to posit the notion that the interplay between the concept and the context in which it develops is a major determinant in whether an idea evolves to becomes a valuable solution in the eyes of those who take delivery.
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Two Levels of Change - P2P Foundation

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"Level ONE change maintains the initial view of the world and the systems to be changed: abandoned, phased out, fixed, replaced, tuned-up, expanded, or downsized. We remain "in the box", with changes that only "tweak" at the edges of the box. Level TWO changes moves us to consider going "out of the box". Systems are created, constructed, reformed; they develop, evolve, and emerge. Construction and reform could be included also as type ONE change. There are varying degrees of level TWO changes, from those that will appear to some to still be "in the box" to radical and awesome shifts that are terrifying to those locked "in their boxes".

 
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Slow Democracy - P2P Foundation

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"Just as slow food encourages chefs and eaters to become more intimately involved with the production of local food, and slow money helps us become more engaged with our local economy, slow democracy encourages us to govern ourselves locally with processes that are inclusive, deliberative, and citizen powered.

 
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