Sociocratic democracy in stories. Sometimes fiction can tell the truth better and more clearly than non-fiction. And sometimes stories are just more fun to read. These stories include examples in fiction and nonfiction and personal experiences of people striving toward a sociocratic democracy.
I have been studying and writing on Sociocracy since 2002 and am ready to move on to other interests.
When I started studying and writing on sociocracy, it was almost totally unknown in English-speaking countries. The first effort was to collaborate with John Buck, the first certified sociocratic consultant outside of the Netherlands, on an authoritative handbook in English — and for me to learn enough to do it. I worked with John Buck, or… Read More . . . “The Future of the Website”
The Green Amigos Try Sociocracy is an illustrative story about three friends who graduate from landscaping school together and open a landscaping business. At first, all is fine but the business begins to grow and quickly gets out of hand. The Green Amigos are now having to supervise teams of workers and have no idea how. Jobs are backing up and workers are confused and they are losing money. They are paying salaries and not… Read More . . . “The Green Amigos Try Sociocracy”
The sociocracy email discussion list was started in 2002. The list language is English, but members speak many languages if you have translation questions. We discuss anything related to sociocracy, democracy, and collaborative governance.
This site is a resource on sociocracy and democracy and the ways they support each other. It examines the principles and practices and the ways in which together they could better achieve their objectives. How would things get done in a sociocratic democracy?
New Edition of We the People
Updated and expanded second edition is now available in paper and digital versions—and in Spanish and Portuguese translations.