What is Sociocracy?
Sociocracy is an effective way for groups to self-organise and cooperate to accomplish shared objectives. Sociocracy has been used in hundreds of organisations world-wide over the past 40 years, and provides a reliable way to increase productivity, safety, happiness, and engagement in organisations of any size.
Sociocracy is a whole-systems approach to management and governance with full array of core practices and systems needed for running most types of organization, from manufacturing firms, to cohousing communities to schools to small businesses to networks of organizations. At its core are four design principles: Consent, Circles, Feedback, and Election by Consent.
Learn more about the Four Principles