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Introduction to The Art of Decentralized Leadership in the Singularity

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The World's First Decentralized Leadership workshop held in Vancouver, BC. Participants included C-suite, Community Leaders, Leadership and Organizational Development Experts and Entrepreneurs.
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Introduction to The Art of Decentralized Leadership in the Singularity

  1. 1. Defining Decentralized Leadership #DECENTRALIZED LEADERSHIP Leadership, Ethics and Governance Roundtable May 29, 2018
  2. 2. Agenda • Welcome • Community Update • Leadership Development Workshop: Decentralized Blackboard • Closing
  3. 3. WELCOME DEFINING DECENTRTALIZED LEADERSHIP
  4. 4. Why we are hosting the Leadership Roundtable
  5. 5. INTRODUCTIONS DEFINING DECENTRALIZED LEADERSHIP
  6. 6. Dialogue. Showcase. Participate. Building pre-conditions for a thriving distributed digital marketplace
  7. 7. A big thank you to our sponsors for this event!
  8. 8. Meet your leadership development experts!! Marianne Wyne Jennifer Aberman MaRi Eagar Dr Martin Pow Rochelle Fairfield
  9. 9. How can we be successful together today? • Friendliness • Opportunity for Everyone! • Stick to Topic and Time
  10. 10. DECENTRALIZED ACTION ROUNDTABLE ANNOUNCEMENT
  11. 11. What’s happening? Who’s new?
  12. 12. WHAT IS LEADERSHIP? introduction
  13. 13. What is leadership? The word lead originates from the Anglo-Saxon word “laed” which means to “show the way”. The essence of leadership therefore means to be a pathfinder – a person who shows the way to others, stepping away from current thinking of centralized leadership towards a more bold stance of decentralized and distributed impact. “Success is often achieved by those who don’t know that failure is inevitable.” – Coco Chanel Natalie Wood’s self-expression – inspired by Coco Chanel
  14. 14. How do you lead in the Token Economy & Blockchain Eco-System? “A new set of web technologies are enabling a more distributed economic model based upon the blockchain and token markets. These token markets greatly reduce our dependency on centralized organizations and expand markets as systems of distributed organization.” Complexity Labs Course, September 2017
  15. 15. LIBERATING STUCTURES Tool for Decentralized Knowledge Sharing and Learning
  16. 16. Centralized Processes Image: Liberating Structures
  17. 17. Proof of Knowledge: Round Kick off (4 rounds) 1.  Describe the concept (5 minutes) 2.  Ask the question Oracle – Knowledge Broadcast Request
  18. 18. Knowledge Space: 1-2-4 Exchange 1.  Node Body Knowledge Source: Reflect Privately (type on phone/email, etc) (1 minute) 2.  Paired Node Bodies: Node Body Knowledge Source Exchange (2 minutes) 3. Node : Paired Node Knowledge Sources Exchange (4 minutes) Total: 8 minutes)
  19. 19. Proof of Knowledge 1.  Each Node Broadcasts to Master Node (1 minute for each Node) 2.  Master Node Broadcasts to the Network – The Blackboard (2 minute per Master Node)
  20. 20. Time Keeping
  21. 21. WHY DO WE NEED DECENTRALIZED LEADERSHIP? DEFINING DECENTRALIZED LEADERSHIP (MODEL)
  22. 22. Lessons from the old economy for the new economy Two reasons organizations fail  1.  A bad governance system, with not enough countervailing powers. 2.  Lack of moral or ethical behaviour in some key people. Dr. Marcos Eguiguren, Executive Director of the Global Alliance for Banking on Values
  23. 23. Leaders model culture The Fundamental Principles of Values-Based Banking: Global Alliance for Banking on Values
  24. 24. Why do we need leadership in the decentralized machine economy? Satoshi Roundtable IV Recap posted by Jameson Lopp ROUND ONE
  25. 25. 2. HOW DO YOU DEFINE DECENTRALIZED LEADERSHIP? DEFINING DECENTRALIZED LEADERSHIP
  26. 26. Ethos – Leading through Ethics (individual, societal, political) Character Moral Integrity Principles ROUND TWI
  27. 27. CryptoChicks Manifesto What Ethics ARE Important to lead in the decentralized token and blockchain economy?
  28. 28. Pathos – Leading through Relating Caring Trust Connecting ROUND THREE
  29. 29. How do decentralization leaders lead through relationships? Monkey Copyright Dispute - Wikipedia
  30. 30. Logos – Leading through Competence Knowledge/skill Practical Intelligence/ Mindset Purpose/Meaning ROUND FOUR
  31. 31. What competencies (and mindsets) are needed for Decentralized Leadership? Nick Szabo is a computer scientist, legal scholar and cryptographer known for his research in digital contracts and digital currency. Read his work here.
  32. 32. Art of Decentralized Leadership Ethos Pathos Logos Aristotle’s Three Arts of Proofs
  33. 33. WHAT NEXT? PRACTICAL TAKE-AWAYS DEFINING WEB 3.0 LEADERSHIP
  34. 34. The Green Book: The Art of Decentralized Leadership in the Singularity Unlocking the promise of leaderless organizations www.pacts.info A machine training program with Key Elements and Foundations for Architecting Distributed Autonomous Organizational Leadership by MaRi Eagar
  35. 35. Defining Decentralized Leadership MaRi Eagar - Founder mari@digitalfutures.co +1 (604) 329-8526

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