- Broschiert: 284 Seiten
- Verlag: Sociocracy.info Press (23. Mai 2007)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 9780979282706
- ISBN-13: 978-0979282706
- ASIN: 0979282705
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 15,6 x 1,5 x 23,4 cm
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We the People describes a new method of governing ourselves that creates more inclusive and efficient organizations. The United States Declaration of Independence asserted that all human beings are created equally and endowed by society with the unquestionable rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. In practice, however, these rights are often limited to the majority, the rich, or the property owners. Sociocracy ensures these rights to everyone, and in the process, makes profit-making businesses more profitable and non-profit organizations more effective. Using consent and collaboration as a foundaation for decision-making and communications, it builds a strong governance structure that extends from the mailroom to the boardroom and from the client to the funders. Using the new sciences of cybernetics, systems thinkng, and complexity theory, it creates organizations that are as powerful, self-organizing, and self-correcting as the natural world.
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The current book is tantamount to a retelling of the Endenburg story in English, and is much more readable. Personally I do believe that the word sociocracy is a liability, in part because people react negatively to the association with socialism, never mind that it is not warranted at all, but more importantly because it simply is not a clear name. I much prefer the names of dynamic governance which some people have used, or consent management which I have favored.
Be that as it may, this material is important, and as a management system, this model will only grow in importance. It is very profound indeed, both theoretically and practically, as you will only learn by practicing it. I don't mean doing a workshop. By actually implementing it in a group and going through at least a year of evolution. For all the challenges will come up, and it is only through surmounting those challenges that you learn the model works. The simple truth is that people use organizations to hide, and in a consent organization there is no place to hide. The learning process is that transparency is not a threat, but it is the solution, namely it marshalls the collective ability to adapt to change in an unprecedented way, and organizational stasis is largely avoided. Thus once an organization truly learns to work with this model, watch out. The sky is the limit!