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    Movement Sense-Making
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    The Future of Occupy project is neither about predicting nor advising the future of the movement. No one can predict or advise the emergent qualities of a living system. What we do want to do is provide a useful service to Occupy, by curating the news and views related to its identity and strategy scattered in the Occupy media and on websites sympathizing with the movement.

    You can read the heading of this section both as:

    “Occupy Movement” Sense-making, and/or Occupy Movement Sense-making.

    As we read it the second way, we see the movement itself consciously engaging with the process of sensing and making meaning out of what is emerging in the world as a result of its actions.

    How could that happen? One of the possible ways was identified by a commenter on The Future of the Occupy Movement, by Jules Lobel:

    1. OWS needs to develop a video and documentary record/ library of all major debates/decisions and its most valued (if not all) productions coming from Occupied encampments… This record/library needs protection from devilish manipulation/distortion so it should be periodically sent out (CD?) to trustworthy places/people all around the world far safe-keeping and then updated versions likewise.

    2. A humble think-tank like mechanism needs to be established/organized that will analyze this OWS library (#1) and produce more literature and actionable material (specific democratic processes, rules and procedures, dynamic manuals, etc.).

    3. Link #s 1 and 2 above with universities, movements, organizations, NGOs, etc. which are investigated and perceived as good partners in building a better future.

    4. Request contributions in material from heretofore fair players in distribution, like Truthout.

    5. Expand the discussion on the nature and the future of OWS in our minds…


    Quoted from and more at: http://thefutureofoccupy.org/about-movement-sense-making/

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    CoCreatr     Thu, May 3, 2012  Permanent link
    A few things emerge that we can do beyond occupy: build new corporations structured to bypass the problems of the oldies. Chances are the greater employee engagement makes them way more competitive.

     http://www.yesmagazine.org/issues/9-strategies-to-end-corporate-rule/can-there-be-201cgood201d-corporations 
     
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