Balanced Governance Framework
The market, production processes need to be constantly and mechanically optimised for efficiency. Their measure of success is less time (or human resources) and more capital (creating monetary value, aggregating resources or means of production).
This conception of value dominates our modern and commercially globalised culture in ways that are increasingly unaligned with our human experience and ways of being together.
Teachers, caregivers, artists deeply resonate with others, enable new ways to be together, open up personal and shared spaces in our minds and emotions. Trying to measure these experiences generally collapses them. They can be recognised by those who experience them, but they can also just be there.
This conception of value is being at best ignored, and at worth attacked in our modern and commercially globalised culture despite being a fundamental aspect of our human experience and ways of being together.
The balanced governance framework aims to define governance structure that aim to sustain a dynamic equilibrium between both value systems in organisational processes in order to empower
Very much open for discussion are some probable features of such organisations would be that:
- leadership is appreciated but balanced with consultation and shared work rather than "decision making" roles and "execution roles"
- Spaces for being together exist outside of the framework of production or achieving goals but they are mindful of other's "flow".