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How are you using sociocratic principles?
I'm just learning about it, Applying it in my community group
Please write a brief description of your experience of sociocracy and a bit about yourself
Heard about it a couple of years ago through nathanial Whitestone (IIRC) then read bits of 'we the people' from another contact around management and governance, then heard about Holacracy from an Integral contact at Occupy training space in city of london. Recently wanted a format that had elements of systems thinking, many perspectives, rounds, reflections, feedback etc, but was ready now, not to design. I investigated Quakers after a contact said it was the only mechanism which stopped autopoesis in organisations (where power gets contained and protected in people). Began a new element of organisation in an existing, sort of organisation which had little proper policy or governance or performance and picked up 'we the poeple' again. Got nominated for 'organisational learning collaborator' and sociocracy was used in that process of role definition. Just wanting to explore more and find resources..... Bit difficult just reading the book.
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At 14:59 on March 29, 2014, Francois Knuchel said…

Welcome to our Sociocracy UK network - I hope you can find useful resources on this site, including videos and links to other pertinent sites, resources and networks.  It's not all easy to find and we're working on creatine a user-friendlier site, but for now you should be able to find interesting articles and links.  It sounds like you are ready to learn and experience more about sociocracy, you may want to consider joining a course, or joining us - we are about to advertise a few volunteer positions which will enable people to learn by doing it, putting it into practice, so please do watch this space, as they say!  And don't hesitate to contact me if you have any specific questions.




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