De percolab 2.0
- Anyone at meeting can contribute to collective decision making, including guests
- Collective decisions are made via the Generative decision making protocol
LOCAL Statutory meetings
- Local meetings take place at least 3 times a month, ideally at a regular time.
- Local members are required to attend 70% of local meetings. Attendance can be physical or virtual.
- All meetings are open for attendance from members of other cells, collaborators or guests. This is managed in a way that ensures openness but does not compromise the organizational culture or work (for example limiting the spots)
- Meetings can deal with all types of things and must adhere to local regulation
- Sense making
- Operational things (sharing information, helping each other, sorting out logistics)
- sharing/learning - Trying out something
- Collective decision making can be part of any meeting
- All meetings are documented in a collective space (ideally public) and all decisions are logged. This is a rotated responsibility, but everyone has a shared responsibility for documentation.
- Hosting a meeting is rotated amongst members in an organic way, knowing that all members must do their own fair share of hosting (hosting is a key leadership skill)
- Proposal for a meeting theme/content is self-organized
- Take place first Tuesday of the month at 10h-12h Eastern time (Montreal time)
- Who attends, hosts, documents is all organic with following principles:
- Minimally one person per local hub attends (more is fine if there is available space)
- The local hub has its own self-managing system for determining who participates and how the information is shared back to the local team
- Topics deal with issues that connect hubs. Anyone can propose and prepare a specific topic.
- Guests are invited if there is space
- The notes are documented in a shared space available for all.