• Posts Tagged ‘Democracy’

    What this World Needs By Margaret Wheatley

    by  • November 11, 2017 • Leadership • 0 Comments

      This world does not need more entrepreneurs. This world does not need more technology breakthroughs. This world needs leaders. We need leaders who put service over self, who can be steadfast through crises and failures, who want to stay present and make a difference to the people, situations and causes they care about....

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    Employee ownership and the next system–Interview with Professor Joseph R. Blasi

    by  • September 19, 2017 • Article, Opinion • 0 Comments

    The Democracy Collaborative’s Research Director Thomas Hanna and Next System Project Deputy Director Dana Brown sat down with Dr. Joseph Blasi pre-eminent expert on employee ownership, Distinguished Professor at Rutgers School of Management and Labor Relations, and regular contributor to work around Fifty by Fifty for a chat about the importance of employee ownership...

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    Iroquois Great Law of Peace (Kaianerekowa)

    by  • May 17, 2013 • Article • 0 Comments

    The Great Law of Peace is the oldest constitution in North America defining a system of participatory democracy that has sustained the Iroquois Confederacy for perhaps 1,000 years. At a time of terrible war, say tribal elders, a Great Peacemaker emerged to inspire the warriors to bury their weapons of war (the origins of...

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