How to work together?

How to work together?


👋 Hello!

In brief – we can work together as a cross-stakeholder intelligence network and community of practice. Our current network includes government, business, non-governmental organisations and commons across the globe. We’re practicing in personal, social, green, digital and agility domains. Typical programs can be from 2 weeks to multi-years including:

  • Strategic Facilitation
  • Change & Innovation management
  • Education & coaching

Why? Sustainable Development

The need is to switch from “business as usual” to sustainable ecosystem development via:

  • Regenerative Behaviour
  • Important for full ecosystem services function. It covers goals such as reducing net GHG emissions and energy use from non-regenerative sources. systemic drivers such as technology, regulation, and social and cultural forces, as well as specific areas of focus such as food and transportation.

  • Presencing Experience
  • Collective and organizational consciousness, Theory U and meditative practice, existentialism, community incubation, and compassion.

  • Integrative Actions
  • Social economy and network society

Stakeholders / Stewards of the Future

Our approach is in holistic ecosystem stakeholders engagement on governance and stewardship issues:

  • Community Leaders
  • Politicians / Governments / Advocacy groups
  • Communities / citizen
  • Investors and foundations
  • Consumers / unions
  • Corporate Boards
  • Creative workers and specialists

How? Agile Governance

Agile governance is a process that focuses on bringing the most value by focusing on what matters.

Good governance ensures the policies and decision-making process align with successful delivery when you incorporate agile in your organisation's strategic goals through projects and programs.

  • Risk / crisis management (e.g. recession, pandemic, armed conflicts)
  • Quality improvement / scrap reduction
  • Increasing profits / reducing costs
  • Improved socio-environmental impact (ESG / SDG)
  • New product development and innovation
  • Reduced time-to-market / time-to-delivery
  • Improving management efficiency

What specific outcomes will be achieved? What will change?

Project success rates

  • Large projects 18 over 3 (5x)
  • All projects 39 over 11 (4x)
  • 95% of Scrum users plan to continue using the approach

Agile benefits:

  • Ability to manage changing priorities (87%)
  • Increased team productivity (84%)
  • Increased team morale and motivation (79%)
  • Faster time to market (77%)
  • Reduced project risk (76%)

Source: The Standish Group, CHAOS Report 2015


When we do, we find some remarkable facts. Agile isn’t just one more approach to creative thinking or iterative prototyping. Rather, it’s a well-developed holistic system engineered to overcome more than a dozen common barriers to successful innovation. It’s also highly effective. In tens of thousands of software development projects, Agile methods have boosted average success rates to 39% from 11%, a more than threefold improvement. In large, complex projects Agile’s success rate jumps to six times that of conventional methods.

(c) Bain

Unique Value / Context

  • quite novel, (vertical/horizontal) integration theory exists for long and was the key for monopolisation
  • Integration with distributed/decentralized governance = AppStore of business processes and resources
  • platform cooperativism / Supermarkt
  • collective intelligence / nesta
  • holacracy/sociocarcy/selforganization
  • agile/scrum
  • teal culture

Value chain integration / way out of local optimization

  • Governance – biggest leverage
  • Dialogue tech moved far ahead
  • Still lack of vision & conflicts
  • Research > Dialogues > Incubation > New Ventures
  • Coordination premium vs benefits


Outline clearly the methodology that we will use to assess the project's success.

  • Audit
  • Foresight
  • OKR
  • Scrum / Agile
  • Governance
  • (NVC)


An essential piece that should be both quantitative and qualitative, if feasible.

  • Report
  • Strategy
  • Roadmap
  • Community vision
  • Skills development framework
  • Shared vision
  • Knowledge base


  • Modular approach
  • Independent study + group work
  • Discussion-based education
  • Gamification
  • Individualized feedback
  • Building a community
  • Bottom up changes
  • Clearly defined boundaries;
  • Proportional equivalence between benefits and costs;
  • Collective choice arrangements;
  • Monitoring;
  • Graduated sanctions;
  • Fast and fair conflict resolution;
  • Local autonomy;
  • Appropriate relations with other tiers of rule-making authority (polycentric governance)


  • Group chat
  • Knowledge base
  • Mastermind calls
  • Mentoring / Consulting session
  • Coaching session
  • Session with a psychologist
  • Ritual Dissent to refine ideas
  • Digest - mailing list and all groups and results
  • Design thinking session
  • Future back to create a shared vision
  • Debate
  • Seminar / Webinar
  • Conference / unconference
  • Eduscrum / sprint - Students develop a program together with the teacher
  • Leadership holidays - half a day, once a month, intimate group, discussion dialogues

What? Speak with Max

  • Innovation – 15+ years R&D, 10+years facilitation self organisation, 5+ DAOs and crypto
  • Project partners: Mindigital, UNDP, WEF, Binance, Giveth, NEAR, GEO, Hacken, Samsung, Hundai, McDonalds (20+ world brands)…
  • Companion, co-investor