Working Group 4: Resource Generation, Allocation and Management

This page is a central location for finding links to information about the activities and work of the "Resource Generation, Allocation & Management" Working Group (RGAM-WG) of the Process for a New Future. 

Working Group members: Doug Dolstad, Ruud Banders, Francois Beausoleil, Lorraine Aguilar

Feedback

Click here to provide feedback to the Resource Working Group

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Documentation

Master link to all documents of WG 4, (Resource Generation, Allocation, & Management)

Link to proposal WebpageMS WordAdobe pdf

Meeting Schedule

We invite you to observe one or more of our upcoming planning meetings for the RGAM Working Group:

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How to Join a Meeting

Here are two ways that you can join the meetings:

1.  VIDEO CONFERENCE*:  Join Online Meeting here: https://www.fuzemeeting.com/fuze/f6269f06/29735470  Meeting ID: 29735470.

2.  PHONE:  Dial the phone number and enter the Meeting ID 29735470 when prompted.

  • U.S. number: +1 201-479-4595.  Find a call-in number from other countries here.

* For the full Fuze experience, download Fuze.

Guidelines for observers for the RGAM-WG meetings:

  • We welcome observers, and plan to set aside time  at the end of each of these calls for comments -- 5 minutes in a 60 minute meeting or 10 minutes in a 90 minute meeting. (Plus, the line will remain open after the end of the call for anyone who wants to stay after and dialogue with each other)

We welcome you to join us!

Providing Input to the RGAM-WG

A mechanism for feedback will be explained here shortly.

Recordings of past meetings.

Topic Area Description

From the Explanation of Topic Areas, the topic area that this Working Group is invited to address is:

Group 4. Resource Generation, Allocation and Management

  • What is the business model for this organization and how will it sustain itself?
  • How will money, human resources, and other resources needed to operate be obtained and/or what systems will be put in place to support this?
  • How will the principles of NVC affect the way resources are managed?
  • Example outcomes:
    • IITs will continue to be used to generate revenues to help fund other activities
    • Specified activities will be run on a “gift economy” model
    • Offices dedicated to helping secure grants to fund NVC-related activities will be set up in the U.S. and Europe.
    • Advisory information is offered describing a set of principles for pursuing sustainability in a way aligned with NVC principles.

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