Distributed Organizations Salon (Part 2)




When the complexity of collective behavior increases beyond the complexity of an individual, traditional, hierarchical organizations start to break down. As complexity rises globally, we need to start working on creating better decentralized social systems to address increasingly complex problems. On March 11th we hosted our first Complexity Salon on Distributed Organizations.

Now it’s a good time to act! How do we use the concept of distributed systems to solve real world problems? How do we learn to use decentralization and emerging technologies to empower people or change the status quo?

On March 25th, we are delighted to invite you to an action-oriented Salon on Distributed Organizations. If you have ideas, projects you are working on, or simply want to join others in their efforts, please make sure you register for the event. In-person attendance is warmly encouraged, but live streaming will also be possible.

Register here for our workshop on Wednesday 25th. Location: 210 Broadway Cambridge. Time: 4 - 6 pm.

On March 11th we hosted our first Complexity Salon on Distributed Organizations. Read more about it here. You can also watch the talks and presentations. Our guest speakers included Deb Roy, Sam Klein and Devin Balkind. Or you can simply read our blog post about the event.

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