I'd like to learn more for sure. I'm always a bit skeptical when people are like "THIS structure will FIX your PROBLEMS!" especially after trying a couple different governance structures in college student groups... you can spend SO much time talking about group structure and not really get anywhere.
@ntnsndr @aral @tbeckett @samtoland @mattcropp @douginamug @aaron Yes. And sociocracy and holacracy are close. Here is one important difference between the two, and that's the ownership model. Holacracy® is a registered trademark. Sociocracy is open. A world of a difference to me. https://www.holacracy.org/trademark (To be precise, the "sociocratic circle method SCM", a set of norms, is not but that's irrelevant. Sociocracy for the basic principles is free. Anyone can offer services and call it that.)
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