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The Research Network: where we are and how we are scaling - Research Network

The  Research Network: where we are and how we are scaling - Research Network | Self-organizing, Systems and Complexity | Scoop.it
[image] Back in 2012, we watched in amazement as the original Edgeryders experiment unfolded, and a global community came together to share experiences and hacks to survive and thrive as the Great Recession ravaged the world. Every day we marveled at the courage, ingenuity and generosity of peer-to-peer communities, all the more impressive as world leaders and business seemed incapable of envisioning a way forward. We were in love with these people, and with their – our – collectiv
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The Science & Philosophy Of Complexity.  An Interview With Carlos Gershenson –

The Science & Philosophy Of Complexity.  An Interview With Carlos Gershenson – | Self-organizing, Systems and Complexity | Scoop.it
In this episode, Haley interviews research professor and leader of the Self-Organizing Systems Lab at UNAM, Carlos Gershenson. Gershenson discusses findings from his book, Complexity: 5 Questions, which is comprised of “interview style contributions by leading figures in the field of complexity”. He also shares his own perspectives on the past, present and future of…
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Of Moonshots and Mushrooms: Let’s Get Beyond Technocratic Thinking - The Bitcoin News

Of Moonshots and Mushrooms: Let’s Get Beyond Technocratic Thinking - The Bitcoin News | Self-organizing, Systems and Complexity | Scoop.it
Decentralized Fungus Networks

Mycelial (MY-SEE-LEE-AL) networks are not centrally planned, but nature’s peer-to-peer processors. And like all natural phenomena, mycelial networks are products of evolution and emergence.

Mycelial thinking means, rather than asking who’s going to do what, one asks: within what simple rules are the goings-and-doings of agents likely to be the most robust and prosocial? These systems are about organic growth and development from the bottom up, as opposed to engineering from the top down. Such thinking, of course, involves a biological metaphor, whereas moonshot thinking is a holdover from a machine metaphor.

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Kinetic Contagion Model Captures Collective Motion in Fearful Crowds

Kinetic Contagion Model Captures Collective Motion in Fearful Crowds | Self-organizing, Systems and Complexity | Scoop.it
By Lina Sorg
In social psychology, emotional contagion occurs when one individual bases his/her emotional response on the emotions and reactions of surrounding individuals. This phenomenon frequently arises in high-stress crowds — complex, dynamic systems comprised of many single particles acting both independently and collectively. These individuals self-organize and behave in nonlinear ways to produce patterns of emergent behavior. 
Kinetic models, which predict a system’
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Next-stage Organization | Sociocracy3.0 | Peer Review | Self-management

Next-stage Organization | Sociocracy3.0 | Peer Review | Self-management | Self-organizing, Systems and Complexity | Scoop.it
Self-initiated Peer Review process helps helps members of a self-managing organization support each other to learn and grow in their work.
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LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner: The main US skills gap is not coding —

LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner: The main US skills gap is not coding — | Self-organizing, Systems and Complexity | Scoop.it

There's something employers want even more.  Its the Ability to collaborate well!

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Engaging Collective Emergence

Engaging Collective Emergence | Self-organizing, Systems and Complexity | Scoop.it
These conversations will hold space for questions around next stage organization that are alive for you and are asking to be explored.
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OPEN 2018 – Review

OPEN 2018 – Review | Self-organizing, Systems and Complexity | Scoop.it
OPEN 2018 was our second attempt to bring people together into one place with the specific objective of growing and strengthening that community.
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Open 2018: Mapping the Coop Economy

Open 2018: Mapping the Coop Economy | Self-organizing, Systems and Complexity | Scoop.it
Louis Cousin from Cooperatives Europe leads a working session on mapping the cooperative / solidarity ecosystem.
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It is only a few network connections away – Esko Kilpi –

I was taking part in a training course on the management during an extreme national emergency. As a part of the program, we went through an exercise that simulated a deep global crisis with severe…
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Connectivity and complex systems: learning from a multi-disciplinary perspective –

Connectivity and complex systems: learning from a multi-disciplinary perspective – | Self-organizing, Systems and Complexity | Scoop.it
In recent years, parallel developments in disparate disciplines have focused on what has come to be termed connectivity; a concept used in understanding and describing complex systems. Conceptualisations and operationalisations of connectivity have evolved largely within their disciplinary boundaries, yet similarities in this concept and its application among disciplines are evident. However, any implementation of…
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vTaiwan – A Glimpse of Open Source Open Space Government (Part 1) – Random Communications from an Evolutionary Edge

vTaiwan – A Glimpse of Open Source Open Space Government (Part 1) – Random Communications from an Evolutionary Edge | Self-organizing, Systems and Complexity | Scoop.it
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How physics can improve our society: Matjaž Perc leads new specialty on Social Physics in Frontiers in Physics –

How physics can improve our society: Matjaž Perc leads new specialty on Social Physics in Frontiers in Physics – | Self-organizing, Systems and Complexity | Scoop.it
Matjaž Perc is new Chief Editor of Social Physics, a new section in Frontiers in Physics.
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How This Italian Workplace Pioneer Is Rebelling Against The Status Quo

How This Italian Workplace Pioneer Is Rebelling Against The Status Quo | Self-organizing, Systems and Complexity | Scoop.it
Arguably, the most wonderful Bucket List location we have come across is a farm just outside Venice, Italy. We have now visited H-Farm several times, and are always amazed to …
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New Release of the Sociocracy 3.0 Practical Guide, August 2018 | Sociocracy 3.0

New Release of the Sociocracy 3.0 Practical Guide, August 2018 | Sociocracy 3.0 | Self-organizing, Systems and Complexity | Scoop.it
We’re delighted to share the latest refinements and updates to Sociocracy 3.0 in this new release of the S3 Practical Guide. We’ve improved around 40 pattern descriptions, added numerous glossary terms and 4 new patterns: You can check it all out on our new mobile-friendly patterns website http://patterns.sociocracy30.org/, which also contains an alphabetical index for looking up patterns fast. Other formats and languages are available on our main website. One small but notable amendment is to the definition of the principle of Consent, which we reformulated into the active phrase “raise, seek out and resolve objections to decisions and actions”. We’re anticipating a further release coming soon and meanwhile wish that our efforts are helpful to you in getting the best out of Sociocracy 3.0. If you are pulling-in S3 patterns in an organization you are part of, do please consider adding the details to Sociocracy World so others can know and connect.
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Becoming A CAS Organization: 'Emptying The Cup' In New-Hire Training lessons in self-organizing from zappos

Becoming A CAS Organization: 'Emptying The Cup' In New-Hire Training lessons in self-organizing from zappos | Self-organizing, Systems and Complexity | Scoop.it
Complex adaptive systems withstand the test of time. What needs to happen to morph the culture and running of an organization to operate more like a CAS?
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Etienne and Bev Wenger-Trayner: Social Learning Leadership: A Conversation - Wakelet

Etienne and Bev Wenger-Trayner: Social Learning Leadership: A Conversation - Wakelet | Self-organizing, Systems and Complexity | Scoop.it
October 16, 2018 discussion led by Etienne and Bev Wenger-Trayner with the SIKM Leaders Community
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System Mapping Exercise – Facilitator’s Guide | Policy Horizons Canada

System Mapping Exercise – Facilitator’s Guide | Policy Horizons Canada | Self-organizing, Systems and Complexity | Scoop.it
Alternate Version: PDF Version (11 pages, 272 KB) 
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System Mapping Exercise – Facilitator’s Guide | Policy Horizons Canada

System Mapping Exercise – Facilitator’s Guide | Policy Horizons Canada | Self-organizing, Systems and Complexity | Scoop.it
Alternate Version: PDF Version (11 pages, 272 KB) 
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Open 2018: Building the cooperative cloud

Open 2018: Building the cooperative cloud | Self-organizing, Systems and Complexity | Scoop.it
The Cooperative Cloud: developing a suite of cooperatively owned and managed shared technical infrastructure and open source tools to rival Google and Apple
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How solid is Tim Berners-Lee’s plan to redecentralize the web?

How solid is Tim Berners-Lee’s plan to redecentralize the web? | Self-organizing, Systems and Complexity | Scoop.it
This article explores some of the problems PDSs face and suggests we need a strategic approach that’s user centered, systemic and diverse.
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Mapping the Italian Urban and Natural Commons

Mapping the Italian Urban and Natural Commons | Self-organizing, Systems and Complexity | Scoop.it
Mapping brings vital visibility and awareness-raising to the transition towards a more ecologically-balanced and socially-just commons-centric society,
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