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Trust networks – The future of human organizations

The Internet of Communities (IoC) is a vision of a social Web willfully designed to maximize social engagement by introducing a new set of collective incentives. First, the IoC aims to explore how collective reputation can be used as a catalyst to regulate social interactions. Secondly, the IoC promotes internally rewarding incentives rooted in positive emotions and in reciprocity to spark social engagement without the prior need to mobilize financial assets. Collective reputation is chosen as a means for collective governance and internally rewarding incentives are chosen as the prime motive for action. Within this scheme, influence is more likely to shift to those who positively impact their communities, to those who lead by example, and to those who reciprocate with fairness. Grounded in personal fulfilment and in social empowerment, the IoC is therefore an attempt to actualize greater human, social and economic value from online communities. Read our white paper.

 

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What's Eros Got to Do with Reinventing Organizations? IEC Workshop Report - Enlivening Edge

What's Eros Got to Do with Reinventing Organizations? IEC Workshop Report - Enlivening Edge | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
By Andy Paice for Enlivening Edge Eros is that juicy energy of attraction, playfulness and creativity that humans experience in all kinds of contexts. So what does this particular energy have to do with organizational development and the movement to Reinvent Organizations? Recently, at the Integral European Conference, I discovered it might just be a vital ingredient in the fuel that drives next-stage organizations. In one workshop, Hilary Bradbury, Dana Carman and Heidi Gutekunst engaged us in creative inquiry for Teal organizations around the question of Eros/Power. While much has been made of the need for introducing Wholeness into the
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Bootstrapping a bossless organisation in 3 easy steps ;-) — Enspiral Tales — Medium

Bootstrapping a bossless organisation in 3 easy steps ;-) - Enspiral Tales - Medium
My first impression at OuiShare Fest was a weird utopian blockchain mania: a poorly understood but massively hyped technology that will…
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Making the Move from It to We: A Manifesto for Open Participatory Organizations

Making the Move from It to We: A Manifesto for Open Participatory Organizations | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
How can organizations support our authentic and meaningful engagement in work we actually care about? How can we value openness, participation, reputation, legitimacy, connectivity, and abundance in the way we work together? How can we can organize in ways that liberate rather than stifle our creati
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Tension is the greatest integrity -relational synergistic design and the future of organisations | 2:23AM

Tension is the greatest integrity -relational synergistic design and the future of organisations | 2:23AM | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it

Relational Synergistic Design encompasses all of these dimensions. The leadership role is akin to the cell membrane. (Not, as our current models suggest, the central DNA type role.) Once the design has been set in place and the threshold crossing named, the leader becomes almost invisible. Their chief function is to be in constant communication with the interior health of the cell, and to be scanning and collaborating with the exterior immediate world, then into the far off world outside the system, making fine tuned adjustments to the polarity of the cell to maintain its integrity/shape. Because the cell exists always in relationship to the whole, they must do this in full partnership and collaboration with the whole. At the same time, they must prevent any violation of the central DNA.

 

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Emerging into Teal through Working Out Loud — Enspiral Tales

Emerging into Teal through Working Out Loud - Enspiral Tales - Medium

Part 1: Self Management

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Be On Time with Digital Transformation: build platforms, access ecosy…

This presentation explains in a few slides how the convergence of new technologies and new habits and expectations is changing what the user expects from the f…
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Processing power limits social group size: computational evidence for the cognitive costs of sociality

Processing power limits social group size: computational evidence for the cognitive costs of sociality | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it

Sociality is primarily a coordination problem. However, the social (or communication) complexity hypothesis suggests that the kinds of information that can be acquired and processed may limit the size and/or complexity of social groups that a species can maintain. We use an agent-based model to test the hypothesis that the complexity of information processed influences the computational demands involved. We show that successive increases in the kinds of information processed allow organisms to break through the glass ceilings that otherwise limit the size of social groups: larger groups can only be achieved at the cost of more sophisticated kinds of information processing that are disadvantageous when optimal group size is small. These results simultaneously support both the social brain and the social complexity hypotheses.

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What Will Organizations Actually Look Like In The Future? - OPENforBusiness

What Will Organizations Actually Look Like In The Future? - OPENforBusiness | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it

Many people have speculated about the future of work. What will it actually look like for organizations?

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Colony (Decentralized Autonomous Organisation) - YouTube

source: Devcon1 - Ethereum Developer Conference - DAY4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lmsOP1D8zNs "The problem we're solving is that opportunity is pretty c...
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A minimum viable organization — Medium

A minimum viable organization — Medium | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
Physical tasks could normally be broken up in a reductionist way. Bigger tasks could be divided by assigning people to different smaller…
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Why decentralised organisations require a new type of welfare system (literarily) - BitNation

Why decentralised organisations require a new type of welfare system (literarily) - BitNation | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
“The urge to decentralize and autonomize has informed social movements since the 1970s. The language of “decentralized autonomous organization” (DAOs) appeared among the swarms of activists in the late-1990s counter-globalization movement. But the trust-replacing mechanisms of a blockchain offer less an ideology than a method, one which may make it far easier for us to …
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Why should anyone care about “Teal”?

Why should anyone care about “Teal”? | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
Austin Reed. BHS. The world changes. Companies that don’t change slump and die. What’s special about the changes of today? There’s an acronym for everything and the one for this is VUCA. Volatility…
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17 tools for radical openness: some thoughts and tools for re-balancing power in your organisation.

17 tools for radical openness: some thoughts and tools for re-balancing power in your organisation. | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
If last time I shared my perspective on how radical openness can be used as a potential leveller to power imbalance in organisations, this time, I would like to share more specific tips from my experience working with organisational and cultural...
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After years of intensive analysis, Google discovers the key to good teamwork is being nice

After years of intensive analysis, Google discovers the key to good teamwork is being nice | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
Google wants to know the secret to building a more productive team. The tech giant charged a team to find out. The project, known as Project Aristotle, took several years, and included interviews with hundreds of employees and analysis of data about the people on more than 100 active teams at the company. The Googlers looked har
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A Developmental Framework for Agreement-Based Organization — Enspiral Tales

A Developmental Framework for Agreement-Based Organization - Enspiral Tales - Medium

I’m introducing Agreement-Based Organization, derived from ongoing research, discussion, and collaboration with innovati…

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The Post Industrial Shift leaves Companies with only Two Possible Roles — Medium

The Post Industrial Shift leaves Companies with only Two Possible Roles — Medium | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
In the industrial age companies used to compete by owning all the components of a business process. Nowadays — in the po…
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New Global Commission Aimed at Quantifying Business Case for Helping to Achieve SDGs | Sustainable Brands

New Global Commission Aimed at Quantifying Business Case for Helping to Achieve SDGs | Sustainable Brands | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
The Global Commission on Business and Sustainable Development — a new commission launched Thursday at the World Economic Forum by the former UN Deputy Secretary General Mark Malloch-Brown and Unilever CEO Paul Polman — will work over the next year to articulate and quantify the compelling economic case for businesses to engage in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.
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The Fatal Gap Between Organizational Theory and Organizational Practice — FLOX Teams — Medium

The Fatal Gap Between Organizational Theory and Organizational Practice - FLOX Teams - Medium
When I met Tony Hsieh, one of the first things he wanted me to know was that it wasn’t his idea to have me come speak to…
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Seven Research-Based Principles for Making Organisations Work

Seven Research-Based Principles for Making Organisations Work | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
Seven Research-Based Principles for Making Organisations Work In The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work, written with Nan Silver, renowned clinical psychologist and marriage researcher John ...
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The Future of Organization - Enlivening Edge

The Future of Organization - Enlivening Edge | Peer2Politics | Scoop.it
Written by Jordan Greenhall and originally published in Medium. Human organizational models have long been limited to a small set of effective approaches. For small organizations with fewer than thirty or forty members we have long been able to effectively coordinate group behaviour in a loosely structured form deeply connected to our anthropological origins. The... Read more »
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DrupalCon Barcelona 2015: Self-Managing Organizations: Teal is the new Orange

Liip today is green. With that we are not only referring to its logo or the fact that we try to travel by train and compensate our energy consumption, we are also ...
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