Jo Aschenbrenner just published her book "For Purpose".
What I really like about the book is that it addresses the challenges and implications in terms of #corporate #governance/ corporate #law for new types of organizations. It offers specific knowledge and advice. From our experience, anchoring eye-level and well balanced #power structures in an organization's corporate law (as the central addition to the behavioral and procedural level) is one of the bigger challenges to face, when taking that path. Yet, we where convinced this was the step it needed to walk the talk. We dealt with that topic on a legal and also emotional level. And it helped us understand better what "self-organization" really means if you go through with it. And it's not always a picnic, but for us at subject:RESOUL the advantages prevail, and we can now say from the bottom of our hearts that we #love to work like this. Jo compares US and German law and explains different German legal forms with their advantages and disadvantages for new ways of steering #organizations. We've been there, but I would have loved to have a book like this at hand, when we had to gather all this information in a time-consuming process.