Sense-making: parallel working streams with 60 min interactive sessions
#1 – Patterns of Regeneration
Projects that embody regenerative principles are emerging everywhere. Are you curious about the attributes and qualities they have in common and how platform thinking could amplify their impact? In this session, David Kish and Danielle Stanko invite participants to explore patterns from over 100 (and counting) examples and consider the confluence of platform and regenerative thinking.
#2 – Shifting Pace: From Sustainability to Regeneration & Thriving
Since 2013 r3.0 advocates for a shift from ‚less degeneration‘ to ‚more regeneration‘. The r3.0 work ecosystem of Blueprints presents a systemic approach to a regenerative & distributive economy, back-casting from what is necessary, to develop maturation pathways on how to get there. This is the first-ever ‚complete‘ attempt, overcoming a plethora of siloed and single-focus change approaches, taking a pre-competitive and market-making position. Immerse yourself into r3.0’s thinking and doing and become a positive maverick, aiming at making a lasting contribution that avoids continued predatory delay.
#3 – Connecting Local Platform Cooperative Ecosystems
What does the global p.coop ecosystem miss? How to address issues collectively to really challenge dominant players?
The session will start with a retrospective on where the Platform Cooperativism movement is right now. Different insights from practitioners will be shared. An helicopter view of the projects launched in the two editions of Platform Coop Now! course will give a broad visions of the fields in which new initiatives are developing and which are some key challenges to address.
The interactive second part of the session will focus on gathering insights and highlight collectively bottle-necks and challenges that need to be addressed to bring the movement forward.
#4 – Market Design and Token Engineering
Market failures caused by increasing returns and undesired externalities like environmental pollution are demanding an upgrade of our economic and financial system. On the other side financing public good is a challenge. So far the typical approach to dealing with market failures is to introduce centralized governance mechanisms (e.g. governmental regulation and additional artificial entities like the audit complex). Enabled by exponential technologies like web3 and blockchain there are opportunities in upgrading our market mechanisms themselves to better align stakeholders and public interests and overcome market failures without adding additional regulation and institutions. Radical Markets and Token Engineering are frameworks that represent this approach. We will present concepts and will discuss applications of these concepts in this workshop.
#5 – Framing “regeneration” inside platforms and business practices
By following up on the opening framing topics and the open questions, we will collectively sense make around the meaning of “Regeneration” in platforms. This session will be suitable for both beginners and experts in platform thinking. Starting from the main elements of Platform business models and strategies, we will sense-make together on topics like “how to scale learning, how to scale transaction efficiency and reduction of their cost”, in the regenerative approach? How can Platforms help us scale the regeneration culture?