sociocracy


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sociocracy

collective government or government by society as a whole.
See also: Government, Society
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Dynamic Governance, also known as sociocracy, provides a renewed cooperative advantage that engages owners and stakeholders.
The Center invited Jerry Koch-Gonzalez, of Sociocracy for All (SoFA), to lead a workshop at the 2016 Co-op Roots Conference in Spokane, Wash.
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Because of past governance issues, and because ecovillages around the world have found this to be a very suitable model, Aldinga is currently looking into a different system of governance, called 'sociocracy', which has a strong element of conflict preemption or prevention.
Sociocracy, the study of social laws and the art of applying them to produce order and progress, was to replace politics as the mechanism of social governance.