James Priest was invited to the Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown, in Lisbon, Portugal, to give a presentation about Sociocracy 3.0 (S3) to researchers  from the Neuroscience Programme.

Find out here how Sociocracy 3.0 was received by the neuroscience researchers, some of the Drivers they identified and their reflections after the presentation.

“It looks like the best method of achieving a fair and balanced division of power amongst elements of a group of people by giving voice to all elements. Compared to other existing organizational systems this looks by far as the being more satisfactory to all individuals involved and with a potential for the group to evolve into a more conflict free situation. This will work very well with people that have respect for other human beings, that are at least reasonably concerned about their wellbeing and that find that we are all equal. However, to my experience this will be difficult to apply when people are too self-centred and/or have need to exert power over others…”  Read more