Reinventing Organizations Wiki Refresh Volunteers Invited

By Frederic Laloux on his Facebook page

Also see https://www.linkedin.com/posts/allview_frederic-laloux-reinventing-organizations-activity-6771883433414184960-B4o2 on LinkedIn

The “Reinventing Organizations Wiki” has been a useful resource for many, since a team of volunteers created it after the book came out.
A new team is re-energizing the Wiki and is ready to welcome your participation. Share the practices you’ve put in place in your organization, join the team of volunteers who is researching case studies, share it, …
More information from the team below! Thank you Catherine Garner and everyone in the team.
Frederic
“The group of enthusiastic volunteers is delighted to announce that Phase 1 of the Wiki refresh is completed now.
The platform technology has been modernized to support an easier and more structured navigation, based on a robust architecture that will allow more and more sharing of teal practices.
We would like first of all to thank Peerdom who has offered their talent, dedication, time and people for this project so that it can be where it is today. Peerdom has contributed to make this platform solid and adaptive, based on Opensource, so truly evolutive for the future.
Thank you also to Etienne Appert for his illustrations. Etienne originally designed with me the illustrated version of Reinventing organizations’ book, he kindly accepted that we use them for the wiki.
We need your participation now to make it always more alive: please share it, share your practice, give your feedback, join the team of volunteers, help us to continue enhancing its design and functionalities. See here and tell us, because there are plenty of ways you can contribute to make this tool every day more valuable.
And of course you can also donate on the OpenCollective/Teal Wiki platform, this will help continue the maintenance and growth of this tool for always more inspired transformation journeys!”
Featured Image added by Enlivening Edge Magazine. Image by matthiasfr from Pixabay
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