With this basic core architecture we can not only create an organization of any size that functions as an ecosystem within itself for a specified purpose but also lays the foundation for inherent interoperability for the creation of an ecosystem of participatory commons.
In the next article (part 2 of 3) we will explore how to initiate a participatory commons, how they function, what’s possible with social DNA and interoperable protocols, how to enable collaborative decision-making and wealth sharing agreements and platforms and how to transition an existing organization into a participatory commons.
If you find this work useful and want to engage please contact us! If you find yourself wanting to use this work in your organizations please contact us so we can track it’s impact and effectiveness - let’s practice inclusiveness in our commons!
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Part 2 of this Series outline (in Work):

Participatory Commons: Culture, Social Codes, DNA, Design, Operation and Commons Building

Co-creating culture and the Social DNA.
Decision-making options, dynamic governance, sociocracy, holocracy, reinventing organizations, agile processes
Wealth Stewardship Pattern for co-generation, co-vestment, and sharing of all types of wealth.
Frameworks, Platforms and Tools to Support Projects and Initiatives.
Determining spheres, types and/or levels of engagement and their associated membrane processes.
Adapting existing organizations into a participatory commons pattern.
Participatory Commons and legal entities, taxes, IRS, SEC etc.
Part 3 of this Series will cover:

Participatory Commons Ecosystems : Scaling multiple Participatory Commons into Collaboration Ecosystems.

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