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IT tools for sociocracy: Sutra

Sutra is an IT tool that supports communication in small groups (circles) and makes it easy to nest teams in teams to support sociocratic implementations.

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IT tools for sociocracy: weaver

Weaver is an IT tool that was designed for sociocratic organizations.

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IT tools for sociocracy: holaspirit

Holaspirit helps self-managed organizations keep track their circles, roles, tensions and documents.

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IT tools for sociocracy: maptio

An IT tool to display circles and roles for self-managed organizations.

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IT tools for sociocracy: peerdom

An IT tool to display roles and circles with their holders and attached descriptions.

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SoLaWi

SoLaWi

Solawi Bodensee is a German association with around 90 members. Solawi is an acronym for “Solidarische Landwirtschaft” which is translated as “solidary agriculture” and meaning “sharing the harvest”. It is similar to the US-concept of CSA, Community Supported Agriculture.

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Pittsfield Listens!

Pittsfield Listens!

Pittsfield Listens  Pittsfield Listens is an organization in Pittsfield, New Hampshire, that works to build community, inform on civic issues, solve problems through community conversations, and to award individuals, groups and organizations who make positive impacts...

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IT tools for sociocracy: using Sharepoint for sociocracy

How one can use sharepoint for sociocratic organizations

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An introduction to sociocracy (Abbie Kempson)

Recorded in March 2019 at Co-operatives UK, Abbie Kempson (Unicorn Grocery, Manchester) leads the introduction to sociocracy and is joined by Pete Burden (SeeStep, East Sussex) and Kirsty Warren (Greencity Wholefoods, Glasgow). All provide their practical views using the techniques in their organisations and how it supports governance systems. From https://www.uk.coop/resources/webinar-talkan-introduction-sociocracy

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Decision Making through conflict

SoFA colleague Chen explaining not only feelings, needs and strategies but also the harder part – overcoming the adversarial story and expanding willingness

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