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Working Groups: the self-organising revolution

Working Groups: the self-organising revolution | Sociedad 3.0 | Scoop.it

"As the regular General Assemblies are where all constituents gather to listen and contribute to the discussions using the methodology of the ‘stack’, which allows anyone seeking to propose a group or report on current activities,  joins a queue and takes their turn to speak. This allows each their turn to vocalise and articulate for all to hear and vote on. In a ‘leaderless’ holarchic society, the necessity for a self organising infrastructure to support the intrinsic momentum, and the forum to  voice the fomenting  processes of each, are both vital components. What is being revealed here is the desire for a new manner of building community, responsive to those who have been inspired to collaborate, as working groups become the lifeblood of the movement."


Via june holley, Howard Rheingold, Abel Revoredo
MyKLogica's insight:

Cuando el fenómeno de la holacracia se extiende a la sociedad.

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luiy's curator insight, February 10, 2014 8:49 AM

People work together well when the flexible framework of working groups accommodates their natural inclination to co-operate within the context of a big vision. They are a testament to our determination to stand up against disempowerment. We realise a greater autonomy when we work together in co-operative engagement inspired by our desire for freedom. This, to me, is the power of Working Groups.

Ali Anani's curator insight, February 24, 2014 12:50 AM

Self-organizing or controlling? Which do you see fitter?

Nevermore Sithole's curator insight, March 14, 2014 8:59 AM
Working Groups: the self-organising revolution | The Future of Occupy
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6 mechanisms that will help create the global brain

Ross Dawson is a smart guy. The six mechanisms in the paper he discusses are: an idea ecology, a web of dependencies, an intellectual supply chain, a collaborative deliberation, a radically fluid virtual organization, a multi-user game. -- Howard

 

"One of the many reasons humanity is at an inflection point is that the age-old dream of the “global brain” is finally becoming a reality.

I explored the idea in my book Living Networks, and at more length in my piece Autopoiesis and how hyper-connectivity is literally bringing the networks to life.

Today, my work on crowdsourcing is largely focused on the emerging mechanisms that allow us to create better results from mass participation.

Some of the best work being done in the space is at the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence. A few of their researchers (including founder Thomas Malone) have just written a short paper Programming the Global Brain.

I don’t think “programming” is the best metaphor. I prefer to think about the enabling structures and mechanisms out of which collective intelligence will be created.

However programming can be a useful frame, and in the paper the authors propose six programming metaphors that will facilitate the formation of the global brain:"


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The Power of Networks

In this new RSA Animate, Manuel Lima, senior UX design lead at Microsoft Bing, explores the power of network visualisation to help navigate our complex moder...

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[ENG] #Curation: How the Global Brain Evolves

[ENG] #Curation: How the Global Brain Evolves | Sociedad 3.0 | Scoop.it
There’s too much stuff. We can help each other find it. This is what the age of curation is about. Yes, it’s amusing to make fun of people who seem to retweet other people’s links all day, but that’s giving all of those retweeters and Likers too little credit by far. What they’re really doing is strengthening connections in the global brain, in much the same way the axons and dendrites in our brain grow and lose connections to shape our minds.

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