Action Learning is a learning technique that can be extended to a wide variety of diverse professional, occupational and personal problems and challenges. In Action Learning Groups or 'sets,' we meet regularly with others to discuss solutions to concrete challenges and to determine what action we want to take.
The goal of the Gamification approach is to involve and engage with employees, audience, peers and partners to create collaborative workspace, which leads to better communication and transfer of knowledge in collectivities.
Goal of Storytelling based approach is to create a better and more meaningful connection between members of organisation, audience and build a shared idea of values .
VIPP or visualization tool, helps individuals to better develop ideas in a team environment and opens up individuals to a broader spectrum of views, issues and points of view. This tool helps to create a more collaborative environment which encourages discussion and reflection through visual incentives. This tool is suited for peer-learning processes and collective discussions.
Assembly is a decision-making body that serves as a self-managing tool for defining rules and deliberate on current issues and strategic topics.
Female:pressure is an international DIY network of 2600+ women and non-binary artists and activists from 80 countries. The network aims to make under represented artist demographics visible, and to create a starting point for connections and opportunities for it’s users and this way further female and non-binary participation in electronic music and arts as well as numerous other subsections.
As a holistic approach to diversity in cultural leadership, New Visions goal is: “... cultural institutions changing to model micro societies of care and empathy and inclusive leadership. Patriarchal white supremacy of leadership has been normalised, part of our goal is to deconstruct and denormalize it, and then normalise leadership that is based on care and love. To make it normal that people care for one another.”
The lab aims to create a new us- a world between where the different can coexist in its singularity and where life in all its forms is important. A space that offers an infrastructure for creators, developers and citizens who want to test prototypes or develop projects with social impact and to manage, protect or create the commons. In which people are encouraged to network and collaborate, forming different communities of creation and practices.
Community enabled transformative change is usually portrayed as a collective endeavor. Too many times this collective lens prevents communities from understanding that support groups are as much a platform for the collective as it is for personal transformation. This non-dual perspective can be represented by a moebiüs string in which both systems-level and personal transformations are, in effect, the same. This tool will help communities purposefully support individuals in intentional transformational processes.
Energy is a scarce and precious asset while engaged in prefigurating utopia. The deliberate design and enactment of rituals can have a huge impact on the quality and density of the social fabric woven by a group of people. The goal of rituals in this context is to formalize transformative experiences that generate shared meaning, stronger personal bondings and a higher degree of coalescence.
The Declaration of Urban Civic and Collective use, implemented by L’Asilo (Naples) is an example of how a grassroots organisation can make a creative use of the law (see tool 4) in partnership with public authorities, and create a legal tool for self-government.
An experiment in “institutional creativity” to promote participation and develop administrative know-how on emerging commons, civic use and popular control. It involves activists as experts in a democratic body capable of implementing a process requiring constant administrative commitment, which cannot be delegated to the traditional systems of the PA.
Remixthecommons develops tools for acting, thinking, transmitting and organising together, and contributes to the development of a political agenda for the commons’ movement in the french-speaking and European contexts. It contributes to the emergence of a shared narrative and project on the commons and their role as an alternative to the neo-liberal capitalism.
CommonCoin is a tool for economic empowerment and an ongoing experiment on alternative economies. The aim is to co-design a social wallet digital system to forster the cooperation within the members of the community, by sharing means of production, socialising the common profit, supporting each members’ weakness and losses.