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Systemic Consensus — Fast, Visual, and Hard to Argue With - Ecovillages

Systemic Consensus — Fast, Visual, and Hard to Argue With - Ecovillages | Social Innovation - Transformation Design towards Sustainability | Scoop.it
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looking forward to finding an online tool for that ; )
I think there is already one. If someone knows it, would apprechiate.
Single Option Decision-Tool Loomio | we need multiple option decision tool

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This Is Lateral Power - YouTube

What happens when an Internet revolution merges with a renewable energy revolution? Jeremy Rifkin, author of 19 books on the impact of scientific and technological changes on the economy, the workforce, society, and the environment and adviser to President Nicolas Sarkozy of France, Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany, speaks about a new Third Industrial Revolution - one based on a distributed, lateral power. The result may just be a sustainable world.


Via jean lievens, Michael Hohenwarter
Josef Kreitmayer's insight:

Heute mit jemandem aus Spanien gesprochen. Dort hat das Internet eine völlig neue Umgangsweise mit Nachrichten, und der Lage entwickelt. Vor kurzem leisteten die Bürger*innen einiger Städte gemeinsam "Widerstand" um die Bürger*innen einer Stadt zu unterstützen, in ihrem Kampf, um ein teures Parkgaragen-Projekt zu verhindern, das nur wenigen, diesen aber viel, Nutzen gebracht hätte.

sehr interessant.

http://madrid.tomalaplaza.net/
Tomalaplaza ist eine Vernetzungsseite, wo sich einzelnen Regionen Spaniens unabhängig voneinander an einem Platz finden und kommunizieren, was sich in ihren Bewegungen tut.

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Michael Hohenwarter's curator insight, January 8, 2014 4:18 PM

The concept of lateral power - it`s the opposite of hirachical power. Rifkin puts it in the context of energy and the internet...the gateway to a sustainable future!

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TEDx Speaker Gives Priceless Talk About How TED Talks Are Worthless

TEDx Speaker Gives Priceless Talk About How TED Talks Are Worthless | Social Innovation - Transformation Design towards Sustainability | Scoop.it
With all due respect to Lizzie Velasquez, the vast majority of TED and TEDx talks are complete bullshit, and it's high time someone called them out on it.
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totally talks from my heart, not about ted in particular, but the general innovation-hype and to the challenge relative cultural standstill.

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Most Depressing Brain Finding Ever

Most Depressing Brain Finding Ever | Social Innovation - Transformation Design towards Sustainability | Scoop.it
say goodnight to the dream that education, journalism, scientific evidence, media literacy or reason can provide the tools and information that people need in order to make good decisions.
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partisanship might make ones brain malfunction when it is about decisions your side would not take from it´s ideology.

 

Even if it is about maths, the answer that comes out might be wrong, because the right answer seems wrong in the ideology.

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The Management Revolution That's Already Happening

The Management Revolution That's Already Happening | Social Innovation - Transformation Design towards Sustainability | Scoop.it
The Management Revolution That’s Already Happening: Formerly self-evident truths of leadership and management are being cast aside. Once sacred concepts are being declared obsolete.
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EU to cut carbon emissions by 40% by 2030

EU to cut carbon emissions by 40% by 2030 | Social Innovation - Transformation Design towards Sustainability | Scoop.it
UK overruled in landmark climate deal that requires member countries to produce 27% of their energy from renewable sources
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ok, the political target is set, now we have to implement. 40% is not the goal, climate scientists would think of getting to a solution, but thinking of 40% meaning that we - even if we gain major efficiency improvements - have to drastically reduce our industrial output, ... it is a challenge.

Now we have to implement!

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Can Participatory Mapping Save the Commons?

Can Participatory Mapping Save the Commons? | Social Innovation - Transformation Design towards Sustainability | Scoop.it
Top image: Transition Network. Never before, not when Ortelius began collecting the images of the New World in his Antwerp workshop, not during the explosion of maps for railway tourists in the nineteenth century, did so many maps fly around the...
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The myth of the brainstorming session — ooomf labs — Medium

The myth of the brainstorming session — ooomf labs — Medium | Social Innovation - Transformation Design towards Sustainability | Scoop.it
Over dinner a couple months ago, one of my friends said he needed some help coming up with a name for a new website.
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prepare for brainstorming,
do not start from zero.
Be aware, that there is no linear way to great ideas.

 

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Crew resource management - read inside: why it is a good idea, not to crash-land the plane alone

Crew resource management or cockpit resource management[1][2] (CRM) is a set of training procedures for use in environments where human error can have devastating effects. Used primarily for improving air safety, CRM focuses on interpersonal communication, leadership, and decision making in the cockpit.

Crew resource management formally began with a National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) recommendation made during their investigation of the United Airlines Flight 173 crash. There a DC-8 crew ran out of fuel over Portland, Oregon while troubleshooting a landing gear problem.[3] The NTSB issued its landmark recommendation to require CRM training for airline crews on June 7, 1979. A few weeks later, NASA held a workshop on the topic, endorsing this innovative training.[4] United Airlines was the first airline to provide CRM training for its cockpit crews in 1981.[5]

Since that time, CRM training concepts have been modified for application to a wide range of activities where people must make dangerous time-critical decisions. These arenas include air traffic control, ship handling, firefighting, and medical operating rooms.[6]

Josef Kreitmayer's insight:

do not bluntly ignore your coleagues advice or feedback in situations of stress,
I repeat, do not ignore your coleagues advice or feedback in situations of stress!

Think of it, fully present and without prejdugment, take it fully in your consideration, and then take it or leave it, as it is, or is not in your area of decisionmaking. 

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Josef Kreitmayer's comment, September 19, 2013 5:39 PM
participatory management - sensors - examples from aviation - crew member management - crucial
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Presencing Institute

Presencing Institute | Social Innovation - Transformation Design towards Sustainability | Scoop.it
Josef Kreitmayer's insight:

Theory U by Otto Sharmer seems to be one of the most promising redesign - pattern / concept / movement of our times

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