Ref London Futurists, Satalia and (not) Holacracy

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Hi Daniel Ref your presentation at London Futurists, our subsequent texts and your willingness to share ideas, insights and technology. I’m interested in many aspects of your talk, especially some aspects of Artificial Intelligence, but for now I want to focus on Satalia’s organisational structure. Since we texted I’ve visited the Satalia website. I particularly… Read more »

Introducing the First Thursday group

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Hi Folks This post relates to conversations of the “First Thursday” group, These online conversations began some time in 2006 or 2007. They continued once a month until part way through 2015, when we needed to relocate. A few months ago Folabi Sunday encouraged me to restart the group, this time on Facebook. We have… Read more »

Nov 4th update on FASST and SHIFT

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Hi Folks. This pulls together threads that are emerging this week around collaboration and how FASST and SHIFT are coming together. I’m writing it after a meeting that Sebastian and I had today. I’m writing it mainly to update Christopher. @Christopher I’m not describing SHIFT now in any detail because in a couple of weeks… 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 »