Process Breakdown in the Anchor CircleWhat happens if a process breakdown is declared in the anchor circle? It seems to me that there would be no one to declare a restoration of due process because there is no super-circle facilitator.
Learning Holacracy ExperientallyI've managed to learn a lot about Holacracy by reading articles and watching videos, but one of the things that is consistently repeated is that the best way to really understand Holacracy is to practice it. Are there any organizations that I could join so that I can learn the practice of Holacra...
Process Breakdown in the Anchor CircleDennis,I'm not currently practicing Holacracy yet, so I would frame it as a potential objection to adopting the 4.1 constitution as written.
Process Breakdown in the Anchor CircleKarilen,First, my apologies for the delayed response.My question is who can restore due process if a process breakdown is declared in the anchor circle? Section 3.5.3 implies that only the facilitator of the super-circle can do that, but the anchor circle has no super-circle.
Fred,I think that it's possible to address this situation through another approach entirely outside of a governance meeting.Section 3.4 of the constitution allows a circle's Secretary to interpret the constitution. Any partner can ask the Secretary to rule on the validity of using another word (...
Interrupting the FacilitatorKeith,Was this in a tactical meeting or a governance meeting?David
Article 2.3.4 also gives the Lead Link another tool. The Lead Link could appoint the effected partners as Core Circle Members for the rest of the meeting.David
Roles with No PurposeAs an example, H1 currently has a role without an explicit purpose (but its purpose seems pretty clear to me). https://app.glassfrog.com/roles/75447
Andrew,I think that meetings being time boxed is a matter of best practice that isn't clearly specified in the constitution. However, it is fairly easy to back-fill a justification for interpreting the constitution to require time boxed meetings. For tactical meetings, paragraph 4.2.3.e says, "...