Useful and candid sharing about meeting some of the classic challenges of shifting into self-management.
What if educators develop children's skills for self-directed learning, individual accountability, and adaptability enabling leaders who can sense and adapt to constant change?
Adding ideas of collective action, commoning, and democratic power of the people, to the debate on UBI, can add creative alternatives.
Options around ideas of organizations, ownership, employment, value, exchange, money, and production are being opened by new network technology, enabling decentralization that matches new modes of organization such as Teal Organizations.
Did you know that networks of diverse sectors and stakeholders are having an impact on shared issues and goals at all levels of society, as an emerging form of actual governance? Their functionality, wisdom, and benign impact is up to us!
By Morya Short for Enlivening Edge Magazine The EU referendum results have been shocking for many, and an invitation to...
Written by Michael DeAngelo orginally published in e-Gov A lot has changed for the Office of the Chief Information Officer...
Lessons learned from five months of Holacracy Implementation in the Office of CIO, Washington State.