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What will the product of the future be like? Part physical, part virtual...connectable... What else?

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As we moved forward through history and as technology evolved, our products and devices got more complex. The supply chain and the number of people and skills involved in production kept growing – as did the number of supporting factors that needed to be in place for the device to work. It’s hard to see that this trend towards greater complexity and connectivity should not continue. Large supporting infrastructure An old-fashioned pencil doesn’t ...
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Bitcoin the movie

Join us as we take a journey through the rapidly growing world of Bitcoin. Along the way, we’ll follow the stories of entrepreneurs and startups that are helping shape the new financial frontier. We’ll look at the competitive mining market and the various subcultures within the Bitcoin community. You’ll encounter a variety of characters and opinions as we examine the social and political impact of an open-source digital currency. Will the rise of Bitcoin bring a monetary paradigm shift that will forever change the world?

#bitcoin   #Futureofmoney  

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GDP and Regenerative systems non compatible   #regenerative   #capitalism  
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+Doug Breitbart Besides Gross National happiness from Butan are you aware of any initiatives in this direction?
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By letting the creative process take you, flow through ... Like the current of the river runs through the riverbed.


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Wonderful post that shows the evolutionary patterns for organizations as well as pointing to its main tenents. 

#selfmanagement   #purpose   #organizationaldevelopment  
 
The Future of Management Is Teal! 
~ by Frederic Laloux / Reinventing Organizations​

“The whole notion of competition makes no sense,” says de Blok. “If you share knowledge and information, things will change more quickly.”

Organizations are moving forward along an evolutionary spectrum, toward self-management, wholeness, and a deeper sense of purpose.

Postmodernity brought us another world view. The Green stage stresses cooperation over competition and strives for equality, solidarity, and tolerance. Historically, this perspective inspired the fights for the abolition of slavery, and for gender equality, and today it helps combat racism, homophobia, and other forms of discrimination. Green organizations, which include many nonprofits as well as companies such as Southwest Airlines, Starbucks, and the Container Store, consider social responsibility the core of their mission. They serve not just shareholders but all stakeholders, knowing that this often results in higher costs in the short term, but better returns in the end.

Like previous leaps to new stages of management, the new model comes with a number of important breakthroughs:

• Self-management. Teal organizations operate effectively, even at a large scale, with a system based on peer relationships. They set up structures and practices in which people have high autonomy in their domain, and are accountable for coordinating with others. Power and control are deeply embedded throughout the organizations, no longer tied to the specific positions of a few top leaders.

• Wholeness. Whereas Orange and Green organizations encourage people to show only their narrow “professional” selves, Teal organizations invite people to reclaim their inner wholeness. They create an environment wherein people feel free to fully express themselves, bringing unprecedented levels of energy, passion, and creativity to work.

• Evolutionary purpose. Teal organizations base their strategies on what they sense the world is asking from them. Agile practices that sense and respond replace the machinery of plans, budgets, targets, and incentives. Paradoxically, by focusing less on the bottom line and shareholder value, they generate financial results that outpace those of competitors.

Becoming a Teal Organization

Every stage of organizational evolution is more mature and effective than the previous stage, because of the inherent attitude toward power. A Red leader asks, How can I use my power to dominate? An Amber leader asks, How can I use it to enforce the status quo? An Orange leader asks, How can we win? A Green leader asks, How can we empower more people? A Teal leader asks, How can everyone most powerfully pursue a purpose that transcends us all?
Organizations are ready for their next evolutionary step: a step toward self-management, wholeness, and a new sense of purpose.
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I am free from fear... I am loved, seen, acknowledged.  Seed all intentions in the fertile soil of spirit. 
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Network (CERN) are international collaborative networks of researchers who share an interest in theorizing, discussing, representing and ultimately enacting new visions of economy. By making multiple forms of economic life viable options for action, these diverse, engaged scholarly and activist efforts aim to open the economy to ethical debate and provide a space within which to explore different economic practices and pathways.

These projects grew out of J.K. Gibson-Graham’s feminist critique of political economy that focused upon the limiting effects of representing economies as dominantly capitalist. Central to the project is the idea that economies are always diverse and always in the process of becoming. CERN and CEC developed as ways of connecting and coordinating the work of researchers and activists who document and theorize the multiple ways in which people are making economies of difference and in the process realizing their interdependence with others.”

The CEC website hosts a range of resources that will be of interest to researchers and educators on the Commons and Social Economy.

Source – http://www.communityeconomies.org/Home/Key-Ideas
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There is something to be manifested and it is only within
that it can be found - there is a world struggling to be born
and it is only from within that one can find and release it.

Sri Aurobindo
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"The money system operates very much like a pyramid scheme, with all its attendant social dislocation and the constant, nagging feeling that one is constantly being ripped off. ... It is time, past time, to adopt a new mythology and a different model of giving and receiving... the sacred power of the circle"

-- Charles Eisenstein
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+Waldir Rogerio Sachs sorry to hear that experience. Communication is a delicate thing, so many beliefs, worldviews. Language, story...
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Imagine a shift away from the current centralised city model to a distributive model that focuses on local production, together with consumption in that same place. Rather than a capital city with sprawling suburbs and outlying districts, we would imagine our cities as a connected network of local communities with no special centre of greater advantage. 

Great post on how to design cities based upon small local communities fully sustainable and fully thriving.  Circular Economy at its best!
 
In 1930, at the onset of the Great Depression, the economist John Maynard Keynes imagined the distant future in his essay, “Economic Possibilities for Our Grandchildren”. Keynes imagined that by 2030 the standard of living would be so high that people would be liberated from want and that we, his grandchildren, would work no more than fifteen hours a week. He believed that this liberation would be driven partly by technology—that technology would free us from work.
Keynes also suggested that the economic pessimism of the time was not justified and that: “We are suffering, not from the rheumatics of old age, but from the growing-pains of over-rapid changes, from the painfulness of readjustment between one economic period and another.”
In this article I discuss this readjustment—what others have called The Great Transition—from a linear to a circular economy and from a centralised to a distributive city structure.
PolisPlan is a partnership of planning and engineering professionals with expertise in strategic land-use planning, local infrastructure planning and flood risk management. We work with local government, developers, land-owners and local communities to facilitate the planning and delivery of public infrastructure.
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+Sean Champ Interesting you mention it as I just received the email about the Catalyst collaboration results. I am very intrigued!
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I miss you G+ Community. Have been in the work with matter, new models, relationships lately and havent been able to come back to this home where I find you all. 

+John Kellden +Doug Breitbart +Joe Carter +Adelheid Hörnlein +AWorld4Change +Johann Gauthier +Alex Gagnon and more!
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I am following. . . You are never out of mind. :-)
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I open myself to the flows of life and abundance.  I cultivate the seeds of change within myself and nourish the soil for others to seed themselves. I am ready to attract material abundance and to become a trustee that can act in behalf of all life.
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Collective intelligence expert. New Economy expert and pioneer. Whole Systems Design. Integral life practitioner. Social artist. Community design
Introduction
Circle me if interested in:

  • Collective Intelligence and collective wisdom (processes, tools, research)
  • Gift economies (Generosity and well-being in the system level)
  • Next economies (currencies, wealth, collaborative economies)
  • Organizations in the XXI century. What I call 'Wisdom-driven organizations'
  • Invisible architectures like language, social codes, money
  • Integral theory and practice
  • Personal mastery (body / mind / spirit)
  • Paradigm shifts and what enables them
  • Social artistry
  • Women and the path of the goddess
  • Spirituality
  • Conscious evolution
  • cats
  • Love
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I am alive!!!!
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Love, create, breathe, play
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process arts, collective intelligence, organizational alchemy, collective wisdom. socialmedia, personal knowledge management. New paradigm economics, currency design. Evolutionary thinking
Employment
  • VillageLab
    Social creator, founder, 2012 - present
    VillageLab is an agile and lean NGO. As such we are all polymorphic beings playing different roles, functions in it. I am mainly devoted to: Organizational Development, Community Management, Content strategy, Socialmedia
  • Metacurrency
    Polymorphic, weaver, creator, 2010 - 2014
    Creating the infrastructure for the Next Economy. I am a speaker for metacurrency principles and values. I co-create with others and play mainly in socialmedia, content strategy and community development.
  • Emerging Leader Labs
    Sourcerer and Facilitator, 2012 - 2014
    Emerging Leader Labs is about placemaking, its about manifestation, co-creation and the spirit of Gifting. Its a container for young leaders (of all ages) to thrive and be fully supported to work in their project, learn how to build a team, experience agile tools and processes and present in public. Its also about fun and being part of something larger than themselves.
  • Collective Intelligence Research Institute
    Co-founder, R&D, 2009 - 2014
    Research and Development. I did a lot of conferences, workshop and two international Congress In France.
  • TheTransitioner
    Community gardener, 2007 - 2013
    Collective Intelligence ThinkTank
  • Community Wealth
    US west coast tour, 2012
    The Community wealth tour was a Gift Economy tour around the west coast
  • Centifolia 2011 Congress
    Collective intelligence designer, facilitator and speaker, 2013
    The spirit of Centifolia and Centisophia was to gather decision makers of the perfume and cosmetics industry to speak about 'The Wealth of a Product' to infuse consciousness and further capacities to participate in the worlds transformation while generating wealth for people and planet
  • Centre de Promotion des Enterprise
    Organizational development, 2011
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