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The Common Purpose Organisation
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What is The Common Purpose           Organisation?It is any organisation that aligns its purpose with the common purpose o...
PurposeA common purpose organisation has a purpose in line with the common purpose,for instance:“This organisation further...
AttributesDecentralised and distributed.Democratised.Open information.Structured for coordination & communication.Elected ...
Responsibility & Information        We are all accountable,        Which means,        We are all responsible.
Decision-MakingCentralised collective decision-making.Decentralised local decision-making.Shared information on decisions ...
PermissionPermitted authority, no other authority is allowed (or valid).
SalariesNo-one should earn more than twice that of another.Without the security of a shared base income, peoplewill always...
AccountingOpen accounts for fair distribution of earnings.
Ownership          Ownership is by membership. Membership is by contribution          – if you contribute you are a member...
MembershipFulfilment without harm leads to voluntary membership in organisation, inwhich all participants are employees, m...
Effort                                                  Flowing                 Easy                                      ...
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For further information visit…    OUR SYSTEM    http://oursystem.infoThe Common Purpose Manifestohttp://thecommonpurpose.com
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The Common Purpose Organisation

  1. 1. The Common Purpose Organisation
  2. 2. NoticeThis presentation is free to all users and may befreely copied and distributed on a not-for-profitbasis. Please note that many of the images usedin the slides have been sourced on a fair-use basisfrom the Internet and so no profit should beextracted from their use in this presentation, or viaany other medium, without permission from theirrespective copyright holders.
  3. 3. What is The Common Purpose Organisation?It is any organisation that aligns its purpose with the common purpose of: FULFILMENT WITHOUT HARM
  4. 4. PurposeA common purpose organisation has a purpose in line with the common purpose,for instance:“This organisation furthers the Common Purpose of Fulfilment through improving …transport, computation, entertainment, banking, et al ... in accordance with thePrinciple of No Harm.”
  5. 5. AttributesDecentralised and distributed.Democratised.Open information.Structured for coordination & communication.Elected organisers.No harm & equal respect.Deals fairly in ideas.Liable contributor-members.Flexible in all roles.Shared earnings.
  6. 6. Responsibility & Information We are all accountable, Which means, We are all responsible.
  7. 7. Decision-MakingCentralised collective decision-making.Decentralised local decision-making.Shared information on decisions for collectiveintelligence.
  8. 8. PermissionPermitted authority, no other authority is allowed (or valid).
  9. 9. SalariesNo-one should earn more than twice that of another.Without the security of a shared base income, peoplewill always want to earn more than others in order toattain their own security.
  10. 10. AccountingOpen accounts for fair distribution of earnings.
  11. 11. Ownership Ownership is by membership. Membership is by contribution – if you contribute you are a member and an owner.The financial ‘owners’ The real owners are itsare its creditors. participants.Founders are not controllers. They may be financial ‘owners’ and real ownerparticipant-members, however, they are not controllers of the organisationwhich, as it grows, adheres to democratic central decision-making, decentralisedlocal decision-making, distributed responsibility and shared information in whicheveryone participating is an owner and a leader.
  12. 12. MembershipFulfilment without harm leads to voluntary membership in organisation, inwhich all participants are employees, members, and partners.The motivation for participation is fulfilment via our best contribution in theareas that interest us.We can be empowered if the produce demands of work are understood byus and we are given the space to achieve them.
  13. 13. Effort Flowing Easy Done at the right time, Efficient in the right place Conserving energy Producing positive feedback Rhythmic and resonatingUnderstood Regular and automated Free and flexible Routine
  14. 14. Readings
  15. 15. For further information visit… OUR SYSTEM http://oursystem.infoThe Common Purpose Manifestohttp://thecommonpurpose.com

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