Search portal to best practices and fellow changemakers
I'm working on the research of a global open-source initiative to help humanity to take action faster for good causes, and came across your website.
On the Join page, under Level 5 activist you suggest: "Hear trends and best practices. Learn about change strategies and successful revolutions."
What tools do you use to enable the international community to:
1. co-create/co-edit/rate/etc. trends, best practices, stories of successes and failures?
2. find each other - being able to filter to (sub)topics + availability + geolocation + level of engagement ?
What gaps and challenges do you have?
Your feedback would be appreciated!
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Social capital and social networks are becoming increasingly important in today’s economy at large, and for individuals within organisations. For my MSc dissertation in Organisational Psychology, I researched how newcomers transition into a self-managing organisation (Lee & Edmondson, 2017), an organisation where authority is decentralised and classic manager-subordinate relationships are absent.
It’s all about your people. Now more than ever. But in knee-jerk reactions to the coronavirus many companies are laying off large numbers. I want to shout out to the shareholder-value managers driven by their spreadsheets: “This is not only inhumane. It is bad for your business!”. Why? It will harm your company. Companies that treat their people best in bad times emerged as winners in the past.
"Nothing reveals character like a crisis." We wrote this recently and, as predicted, during the Corona crisis, companies revealed their true colors. Recently, we highlighted the bad. So let's turn to the good, and highlight organizations that not only talk about putting people first, but also walk their talk. Let's applaud those that put their money where their mouth is in difficult times.