Organizational cybernetics as a tool box to assist in the development of evolutionary learning networks

World Futures 60 (1 & 2):137 – 145 (2004)
Abstract
Organizational cybernetics offers theoretical and methodological support for self-organizing communities seeking to contribute to the conscious evolution of society. Previous experiences with the Viable Systems Model (VSM) and Team Syntegrity (TS) illustrate ways of enabling social networks to create a shared language, reach democratic agreements, and develop knowledge networks.
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