T4S and FASST, rockets and time-machines

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Dear Jon. Thank you for your analogy of FASST as a “wonderful rocket ship”  – with related concerns and questions regarding its practicality. They are all perfectly valid and most helpful. In fact they are similar to the questions Sally asked me in her role as FASST facilitator in our Skype call earlier this week…. Read more »

Chief Gbade Adejumo, holacracy and FASST

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Dear Gbade, You wrote a comment to me on Facebook saying “I can see that you are into another area of volunteering. What is this holacracy?”. It’s not an easy question to answer so I’m coming at it from a different angle. I’m writing this so that you see how you have influenced my journey… Read more »

My “Why?” for FASST

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Dear George You asked for something more specific about why FASST is coming into being, The only way I know how to do that at present is to give you the personal story behind it. In FASST – an introduction and invitation I explained the “What and Why?” in very general terms: What is it?… Read more »

FASST – an introduction and invitation

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This open letter is for people who need an introduction to FASST, and also for people considering how they will be involved. It addresses the questions of What? Why? When? Where? How? – and most importantly Who? (Links to further information are given at the end). If you want to get involved let me know… Read more »

FASST in two worlds – working freely and paying the bills

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Hi G (second G) Here’s the latest perspective on FASST and how it fits in the two conflicting realities of collaboration and competition. These notes may prove useful for our Skype call. Things have moved on since I shared the post about the 10 questions for FASST (a future-focussed experiment with holacracy and teal) and… Read more »

FASST people

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This is an update for people who are are wondering where they will fit in FASST. Some of you will be more concerned with the “container” and some more concerned with the “contents” (as covered in  Explaining “FASST = Freedom, Accountability and Structure for Systemic Transformation ). This post covers the current vision for FASST… Read more »