transition

Digital Tools for Cooperatives and the Regenerative Economy

Ugandan women in a cooperative (www.codeinnovation.com)Code is looking forward to building on the success of our Self-Help Group app by optimizing it for other savings groups and other cooperative models. We’re also keen to explore how these tools might help to spread the influence of the Transition Network.

If you're at the Rotary Convention in Seoul, Korea, Nathaniel Calhoun is leading the first break-out session, "Rotary Business School: Innovation."

He'll be speaking on the future of learning, work and business and highlighting some of the first successful platform cooperatives and blockchain-based decentralized organizations.

Come and say hello!

On the Future of Work at Singularity Hub

As we look at various strategies that might help us to have a graceful ride through the next decades of accelerating technological change, few approaches are as overlooked and as impactful as engaging with and leveraging your local and ecological systems. In "Why we Need Local Economies to Balance Technological Unemployment" we suggest a few practical ways that individuals and businesses can engage with community to bring themselves additional resilience and longevity.

A new wave of social innovations and collaborative technologies seem likely to usher in an era of more inclusive and meaningful governance as well as more creative structures for business or community projects. Stay tuned in the next few months as we share some of the early moments in these hopeful trends.

You can read the article here: http://singularityhub.com/2015/03/31/why-we-need-local-economies-to-balance-technological-unemployment/