From Elinor Ostrom via Evonomics.
Eight core design principles:
- Clearly defined boundaries
- Proportional equivalence between benefits and costs
- Collective choice arrangements
- Graduated sanctions
- Fast and fair conflict resolution
- Local autonomy
- Appropriate relations with other tiers of rule-making authority (polycentric governance).
RadicalCentrism.org is proud to announce a monumental new work by Billy Rojas:
100 New Constitutional Amendments for the 21st Century
A Radical Centrist Vision for the Future:
100 New Constitutional Amendments
Billy Rojas – RadicalCentrism.org – 2011
Update: The contents of this page have become part of the sub-site A Radical Centrist Vision for the Future: 100 New Constitutional Amendments for the 21st Century.
I’ve been enjoying a series of blog posts by Steve Denning about the reinvention of modern management, not least because they mirror my own thinking about Sustainable Capitalism (2.0). Although he focuses on corporations, I believe the same kind of outside-in, human-centric thinking is essential for revitalizing both politics and government.
While much of the information from his blog is presumably collected in his book Radical management | Reinventing the workplace for the 21st Century, there isn’t a good index of what I consider his key themes. To that end, I’ve collected them in outline form here.
The Death—and Reinvention—of Management
- The Death—and Reinvention—of Management: Part 1
- Reinventing Management: Part 2: Delighting the client
- Reinventing Management: Part 3: From controller to enabler
- Reinventing Management: Part 4: From bureaucracy to dynamic linking
- Reinventing Management: Part 5: From value to values
- Reinventing Management: Part 6: From command to conversation
- “Do we really have to do all five shifts at once?”
Measuring Business’s New Bottom Line: Customer Delight
- The Cathedral and the Bazaar
- Open government and “next generation democracy” – O’Reilly Radar
- Why Congress Needs a Version Control System – O’Reilly Radar
- Mobilize.org » Democracy 2.0
- Democracy 2.0 – Next Generation Democracy