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Holacracy Constitution Quiz

Wondering if anybody has come up with any kind of constitution quiz they put together to help get a gauge of what topics people in an organization (especially the quiet ones) are stumbling on.  Maybe even help aiding in making a holacracy buddy system.

9 Replies
Richard
08/28/2015

What a great idea. I might have a go at putting something together. Anyone want to collaborate via a Google Doc?

Stephan Jenner
08/28/2015

We run an internal Holacracy Role Filler training as part of our implementation. It focus's on Articles 1 and 4 of the constitution as I believe they are the most important to expose people filling roles to. The course is a walk through of those sections and some activities exercises as I am also a GTD trainer and coach I of course orientate it towards GTD practice as well with practical examples this I have found really focus's people on there duties and responsibilities as role fillers.

 

I think articles 2 and 3 are really learned via the practice and involvement of tactical and governance meetings its not about a deep understand of the rules its about learning the practice within the context of the rules just like monopoly its through playing the game and referring to the rules when a issue arises that we get the best learnings.

 

Just my 2 cents

Stephan

Massimo Giliberti
08/31/2015
Originally Posted by Richard:

What a great idea. I might have a go at putting something together. Anyone want to collaborate via a Google Doc?

Just threw one together. I would love if anybody added any questions they thought were notable.  Use it as you all please! https://docs.google.com/spread...oT4/edit?usp=sharing

Stephan Jenner
09/01/2015

Asked for access happy to contribute

Keith Jarvis
09/01/2015

Yes, I tried to add something and correct a misspelling to no avail - perhaps allow commenting if you don't want to allow anyone to edit?

Keith Jarvis
09/01/2015
Originally Posted by Stephan Jenner:

Stephan - 

 

I'm in love with your comments and recognition of the under-attention Article I and IV receive - how can I learn more about what you're doing?  I'm going to be a key part of our organization's bootstrapping effort.  Many of 'us' seem to think it's about running meetings, and those are important - but I need methods to get our teams and individuals to pay attention to the core responsibilities and duties.  HELP

 

Keith Jarvis

MKP USA

We run an internal Holacracy Role Filler training as part of our implementation. It focus's on Articles 1 and 4 of the constitution as I believe they are the most important to expose people filling roles to. The course is a walk through of those sections and some activities exercises as I am also a GTD trainer and coach I of course orientate it towards GTD practice as well with practical examples this I have found really focus's people on there duties and responsibilities as role fillers.

 

I think articles 2 and 3 are really learned via the practice and involvement of tactical and governance meetings its not about a deep understand of the rules its about learning the practice within the context of the rules just like monopoly its through playing the game and referring to the rules when a issue arises that we get the best learnings.

 

Just my 2 cents

Stephan

 

ogergo
09/01/2015

Hi, Happy to contribute. Sent request for the sheet. I see three levels 1) understanding the basics as a Circle member 2) stabilizing the circle and processes as elected role 3) Holding the purpose as LL, Ratifiers, and Rep link 

Stephan Jenner
09/01/2015

Keith happy to help ping me for a skype meeting on my meetme now address  booknow.so/TelusPartners I even have reasonable times for you guys on the tope of the world :-) Would love to discuss what your doing and offer some thoughts

Massimo Giliberti
09/01/2015

Awesome!!! 

 

What a great community, so many are reaching out to contribute to this!  This is a public resource, if anyone sees any value in it feel free to use it!  

 

FYI - I had apparently not selected the correct permission level on the doc. I mistakenly set it to read only. all fixed now it's editable to the world!!