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Six Sources of Governance

Governance actually involves more than governMENT. Here we explore six approaches to getting things done together as whole communities and societies: Shared …

The taproot of wise democracy

“Co-intelligence is the capacity to call forth the wisdom and resources of the whole and its members to enhance the longterm vitality …

#OWS => New forms of Nonviolence and Leadership emerging??

Something remarkable has been going on out there – especially at UC Davis. I have a hard time figuring out how to articulate it. I haven’t yet seen anyone talk about quite what I’m seeing, so I’ll give it a try. Here’s what it looks like to me: No…

Are We the Ones?

It is a new year, a new chance to reflect on our role in the world and how what’s going on in the world shapes our lives. I’ve been thinking about the popular saying — “We are the ones we’ve been waiting for.” We heard it a lot during the Obama c…

“Consistent Contributors” catalyze group cooperation

Below are excerpts from “Consistent Contributors: Putting the team first helps solve the ‘cooperation problem'” http://www.dailygood.org/more.php?n=4257 BASED ON THE RESEARCH OF MARK WEBER AND J. KEITH MURNIGHAN All groups need cooperation to surv…