“A small win is a concrete, complete, implemented outcome of moderate importance. By itself, one small win may seem unimportant. A series of wins at small but significant tasks, however, reveals a pattern that may attract allies, deter opponents, and lower resistance to subsequent proposals. Small wins are controllable opportunities that produce visible results.” Karl E. Weick, University Professor at the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan.
The history of governance for mankind has mostly been a fight between the group efficiency of centralization’s top-down leadership, versus the group equity of decentralization’s theoretical mutually beneficial for all. It often gets lost in the weeds on what intent an institution, organization or community is trying to accomplish. And this fact alone has probably never been more so true, in the search for balance, as it relates to human governed organizations. In this video I intend to explore the questions, #1 why decentralization? And #2 how much of it is necessary for a mutually beneficial community to potentially thrive? OK now let’s get started.
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