1.2 responsibilities OF role-filling. The Facilitator is responsible for presiding over all Governance Meetings in alignment with the following rules and any relevant Policies of the Circle. The Core Circle Members are determined using the following rules:.3.1 base membership Unless a special appointment or exclusion is made under the terms of this section, the Core Circle Members of a Circle are: (a) each Partner. 2.4.1 unfilled roles Whenever a Defined Role in a Circle is unfilled, the Circles Lead Link is considered to be filling the Role. 2.6.2 removing SUB-circles Through its Governance Process, a Circle may remove a Sub-Circle. After a term expires, the Secretary is responsible for promptly triggering a new election for that Elected Role. However, this only applies to the extent that those Accountabilities and Domains have not been placed upon a Role within the Circle, or otherwise delegated. However, the Lead Link of whatever Circle fully contains all Roles that were significantly impacted by your action may still change this default priority.
4.2.2 Attendance All Core Circle Members and anyone else normally invited to participate in the Circles Governance Meetings are also invited to participate in its Tactical Meetings, unless a Policy says otherwise. To be valid for processing, a Proposal must resolve or reduce a Tension sensed by the Proposer. A : zest it to enhance.?! 4.1 duties OF circle members When filling a Role in a Circle, you have the following duties to your fellow Circle Members when theyre acting on behalf of other Roles in the Circle. No former or implicit expectations or constraints carry any weight or authority, unless a Circles Governance explicitly empowers them, or they come from a basic obligation or contractual agreement you personally have to or with the Organization. (b) Requests for Projects Next-Actions: Other Circle Members may ask you to take on a specific Next-Action or Project in one of your Roles in the Circle. (b) You reasonably believe your action would resolve or prevent more Tension for the Organization than it would likely create. A : It is very important for me to enh. Processing means engaging in the duties described in this section, including considering the message, defining and capturing Next-Actions or Projects when appropriate, and, upon request, responding with how the message was processed. If you see no Objections to the request, you must allow.
3.5.1 Breakdown from Failed Governance The Facilitator of a Circle may declare a Process Breakdown in the Circle if the Core Circle Members fail to successfully process a Proposal in a Governance Meeting, even after a reasonably long time is spent trying to. 4.3 individual action As a Partner of the Organization, in some cases you are authorized to act outside of the authority of your Roles, or even to break the rules of this Constitution. 5.1 ratifiers cede authority By adopting this Constitution, the Ratifiers cede their authority to govern and run the Organization or direct its Partners, and may no longer do so except through authority granted to them under the Constitutions rules and processes. 3.3.6 Integrative Election Process The Facilitator must enact the Integrative Election Process as follows: (a) Describe Role: First, the Facilitator must identify the target Role and term for the election. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike.0 International License. This may include compensation systems, hiring and firing processes, work-related policies, etc. 4.1.1 Duty of Transparency You have a duty to provide transparency when requested by your fellow Circle Members, in any of the following areas: (a) Projects Next-Actions: You must share any Projects and Next-Actions you are tracking for your Roles in the Circle.
When the Facilitator shares a nomination, the nominator must state why he or she believes that candidate would be a good fit for the Role. To process an agenda item that calls for an election, the Facilitator must use the Integrative Election Process defined in Section.3.6. If the Facilitator concludes that the Proposer is not making a good faith effort to answer those questions at any point, then the Facilitator must deem the Proposal invalid for processing and abandoned. As long as it doesnt distract from this intended focus, any participant may nonetheless accept Projects or Next-Actions during a Governance Meeting, or make other operational decisions that are outside the scope of the Circles Governance Process. The Facilitator may not make a judgment on the basis of their accuracy, nor on whether the Proposal would adequately address the Tension. If the Facilitator opts to discard the Proposal, the Facilitator must go back to the prior step in this process, discard all nominations for the prior candidate, and follow the rules of the prior step to select another candidate to propose instead. Anhren, artikel, lehmlrmschutzwand Pilotprojekt in Brandenburg geplant weiterlesen, podcast 10 Minuten Baukultur mit Lukas Feireiss. Once a Cross Link Policy is adopted, the Linked Entity may assign a representative to participate in the Target Circle under the terms of this section, unless alternate terms are defined in the Policy.
Beyond these allowed changes, a Circle may not modify any Defined Roles or Policies held within a Sub-Circle. In that case, the other Circle may change the Linked Entity to another one of its Roles that it believes is more appropriate, or delegate the selection of the Linked Entity to one of its Sub-Circles. Alternatively, a Core Circle Member may distribute a Proposal to all other Core Circle Members asynchronously, outside of a Governance Meeting, using any written communication channel approved for this purpose by the Circles Secretary. 2.3.3 exclusion FOR minor allocations Sometimes, a Partner allocates only a very minor, nearly insignificant amount of attention to a Defined Role in a Circle. (b) Administrative Concerns: The Facilitator allows space to discuss and resolve any administrative or logistical matters the Facilitator deems worthy of attention. 1.2.4 tracking projects, next-actions, tensions. Each participant must label the ballot with his or her own name as well, and no one may abstain or nominate multiple people. However, the Facilitator must focus this activity solely on crafting an initial Proposal for the Proposers Tension, and not on addressing other Tensions or integrating others concerns into the Proposal.
During the discussion, the Facilitator must apply the rules of integration described in Section.2.6. The Facilitator must discard the Proposal if the Facilitator deems the Proposer has failed to meet this threshold. The Anchor Circles Lead Link inherits this Accountability by default, and may capture and update the Purpose to express this Accountability. 5.2.2 Acting Without a Lead Link If the Anchor Circle has no Lead Link, all decisions that normally require Lead Link authority become valid outputs of the Circles Governance Process. 5.4 legacy policies AND systems Any existing policies and systems the Organization has in effect before adopting this Constitution continue in full force after adoption, even if they include constraints or authorities that are not reflected in Governance records. 3.3.1 Attendance All Core Circle Members are entitled to fully participate in all Governance Meetings of a Circle. 2.1 circle basicircle is a Role that may further break itself down by defining its own contained Roles to achieve its Purpose, control its Domains, and enact its Accountabilities.
This projection is not a binding commitment in any way, and unless Governance says otherwise, you have no duty to track the projection, manage your work to achieve it, or follow-up with the recipient if something changes. If any Next-Actions or Projects are accepted during this discussion, the Secretary is responsible for capturing them and distributing these outputs to all participants. (d) Closing Round: The Facilitator allows each participant in turn to share a closing reflection or other thought triggered by the meeting. If you do, you must explain any Objections to the requester. If any Objections are raised, the Facilitator may choose to process them normally, or to discard the Proposal either immediately after the Objection round or at any point during the integration step. By acting under this extended authority you are taking Individual Action, and you are bound by the following rules:.3.1 Allowed Situations You may only take Individual Action when all of the following are true: (a) You. However, the Facilitator must place any agenda item calling for an election of any of the Circles Elected Roles before all other agenda items, if requested by any meeting participant. If the Circles Lead Link reasonably believes thats the case, the Lead Link may exclude that Partner from serving as a Core Circle Member as a result of that Role assignment. (b) Requested Meetings Over Execution: On request of a fellow Circle Member, you must prioritize attending any Circle meeting required by this Constitution over executing your own Next-Actions. If you have no Next-Actions tracked for it, you must identify and capture a Next-Action if there are any reasonable ones you could take.
(c) Metrics Review: During this step, the Facilitator asks each participant to share data for any metrics assigned to that participant by the Lead Link or whatever other Role or process defines the Circles metrics. (f) Process Proposal: Once the Facilitator makes a Proposal to elect a candidate, the Facilitator must move to the Integrative Decision-Making Process to resolve that Proposal. Ratifiers are adopting these rules as the formal authority structure for the. 5.2.3 Organizations Purpose The Anchor Circle is automatically accountable for discovering and expressing the Purpose of the overall Organization. (d) The Tension limits the Objectors capacity to express the Purpose or an Accountability of one of the Objectors Roles in the Circle; or, if it limits another Role, the Objector has permission to represent that Role from. 2.2 circle lead link Each Circle has a Lead Link Role with the definition given in Appendix A and the further responsibilities and authorities defined in this Section.
A Circle may also move its own Defined Roles or Policies into a Sub-Circle, or move any from within the Sub-Circle into itself. F : Green Efficiency. Whenever a Cross Link Role is unfilled, it is considered non-existent and has no default assignment or effect. Proposals are considered adopted and amend the Governance of the Circle only if no Objections are so raised. (d) The Objector may suggest an amended Proposal, and offer reasonable arguments for why it should resolve or prevent the Tension in each specific situation the Proposer used to illustrate the Tension. 3.2 changing governance Any Core Circle Member of a Circle may propose changing its Governance, thus making a Proposal as a Proposer. When it does, the new Circle becomes its Sub-Circle, while it becomes the Super-Circle of that new Sub-Circle. Jetzt bestellen, handelsdialog zur Baukultur als Video, rettet die Innenstdte!
However, beyond removing limitations, a Cross Link may not use the Target Circle to build more capacities for the Linked Entity, unless those capacities would also help the Target Circle express its own Purpose or Accountabilities. If not, then you must either explain your reasoning, or capture and communicate a different Next-Action or Project that you believe will meet the requesters objective. However, as an exception to this rule, the Ratifiers may continue to hold and exercise any authority that they do not have the power to delegate, such as anything required by policies outside of their control, or by the Organizations bylaws. 3.5.3 Process Restoration Whenever an authorized party declares a Process Breakdown within a Circle, the following occurs: (a) the Facilitator of the Super-Circle gains a Project to restore due-process within the Circle; and (b) the Facilitator of the Super-Circle. If the Proposer specially requested that Governance Meeting specifically for processing that Proposal, then the Proposer may also declare a Process Breakdown in this case. In any given instance where a surrogate is needed, the surrogate is, in this order of precedence: (a) someone explicitly specified by the person to be replaced; or (b) the acting Facilitator of the Circle; or (c) the. Each Tension so raised is considered an Objection if it meets the criteria defined in this section, and the person who raised it becomes the Objector. When this occurs, it automatically removes the relevant element or authority from the Lead Link Role, for as long as the delegation remains in place. Ansehen, podcast, baukultur vor Ort: Studienprojekt zu Commons in Potsdam (Teil 2).