Cees de Groot
Sat, 12 May 2001 00:16:22 +0200
> Best of all, they are simple and intelligable.
The B group is the standard set of chaordic principles, although I miss the
"most local level principle" that's under 3. and 4. in the Principles of
Organization of NAMA. Because I think SqF runs the risk of being an
organization with lots of levels, if succesful, I think it's important to
state this explicitely from the onset.
I think CAIA's "B" group and NAMA's Principles of Organization are mostly the
same and probably both would serve well for a first iteration. CAIA's group
"A" and NAMA's Principles of Practice are also quite close, I personally think
the NAMA list is closer to what we would need for SqF.
SoL has a couple of interesting and - I think - applicable things as well:
Adaptive Governance - Continually conceive, implement, and practice governance
concepts and processes which encourage adaptability, diversity, flexibility,
Acknowledgment - Openly and fairly acknowledge intellectual contributions to
Concepts, Theories, and Practices, both from within and from outside the
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