This is something that the Co-Intelligence Institute - http://co-intelligence.org/ - is contemplating.
practical easy exercises that manifest co-intelligence, that can be done with groups
community of practice to continuously develop practices
occasional immersive trainings, other kinds of gatherings
NCDD meets a lot of such needs, but doesn't offer trainings in a lot of models, which typically costs a lot of money
systematic, theoretical reflection on what would improve these processes - use video to all see the same situation (of ourselves?)
would like something like NCDD conference but Open Space
monthly conference calls
Theodor wants to get these practices out there more; what does he need to get it out there?
And then how to bring attention to them?
Put things on Wikipedia, already doing an online journal
How do we earn a living doing this work?
Being a consultant, being a facilitator, ??
Do co-intelligent work in the job/life you have now.
Conferences - lower-scale than here
Take the conference on the road, organize around inexpensive venues and home-stays
Colocate with festivals and other likely events
How to get more process trainings available to more people?
Invite/require people in network to offer training/services pro bono or in some way to grassroots/activist folks (meaningful to Ted)
people make known their net worth anonymously, compare total to the cost of various things we'd like to see done
income sharing in network, or some form of financial security for
offering strategy therapy - making it easy to get a group together to think together about, eg, how do i connect my work in portland to poverty in central america? (Tom - a la Wishcraft)
Lyn - Mastermind - competitors meeting periodically and supporting each other, led to taking on larger projects together
Deliberative citizen engagement
Marketing multi-process programs to govt groups, citizen groups, etc.
IAP2 has a list of group processes, but doesn't train in them.
Toolkit for translating co-intelligence into meetings
who would be the market?
Aspen Community Foundation - gives startup capital to (Colorado?) non-profits
Manju - there's a new tax status for for-profits that are mission-driven; allows them to receive money from foundations
Zeratha - another new one is B corporation
there was an earlier curriculum effort at CII
organize trainings/processes in various co-intelligence-related topics (springing from Tom's idea for Jim to break DF training into various segments - reflection, chart-padding, etc.)
network could offer learning tracks, seeded around a topic
to join is to commit to peer & participant review, you ratings and your ongoing learning are publicly viewable
list of values you want to embody
$x/year, a portion goes to operating expenses, a portion is up to participants how to spend, ??