5.c.17 – Are the tasks divided among the different rings?

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August 8, 2010 — Riccardo Sabellotti - Giacinto Sabellotti


Are the tasks divided among the different rings?

If the first ring expresses through the discomfort the perception of a collective problem, the second and the third are responsible for the defining the same in the best way. Doing this the will of the people, often uncertain and confused, becomes conscious and determined; we believe it is right that this process takes place inside the village, where everyone knows everyone else, and then each one contributes to the formation of that collective will.
At the fourth ring, the next step must be taken, that is to evaluate and select the issue or assess its priority and its possibility of being resolved internally. The selection of the problem, as we have seen is not a trivial activity, it is indeed of paramount importance not to waste time and energy; if it is preferable or even necessary that the solution to a given problem is delegated to a larger structure, it is good do so immediately to focus on problems within our reach.
The fifth ring therefore must carry out the task of studying the first solutions to problems by identifying precise objectives to be achieved. To accomplish this task it will of course possible to collect the proposed solution from the outer rings, because it is very likely that out of thousands of members someone has already had some good idea.
To benefit from the synergies that can be exploited at national level, it is important already in the fourth ring that the work of various groups and of their underlying Villages is shared. The assessment of how a problem is felt in a context wider than ours is the key to choose the timing and alliances with which to address it and then give it a proper priority.
The sharing of this work will be very simple, it will be enough to publish on the network the summaries already developed by the various groups, synthesis already developed for internal use that will not cause any extra effort, but will yield great benefit to each other.
Finally, we note that the comparison and affinity between established priorities is also a good criterion to form the coalitions of the fifth ring, since it is almost certain that they are formed by people who initially do not know each other.
At the sixth ring, we expect that the definition of solutions, namely how to achieve the targets set, should be completed; to the subsequent rings remains to compare the different solutions, evaluate them and select them and then pass them to the next ring. Whatever the number of rings is, it is up to the last two to take the final decisions: according to the different case, the proposals will be voted on to penultimate ring (largest) and the votes will be collected and validated by the last one (performing coordination functions), or the central ring will simply receive the information from the previous and will direct vote the best proposals.
Finally we want to highlight the usefulness of the rings after the sixth whose selective work makes it possible to lighten the workload of the last two rings which will have only a few alternatives to choose from, only two or three. Another factor that makes it possible to avoid an excessive workload in the last ring is the fact that the groups of the seventh ring represent already more than one million people, as it is contained in a current province or a city of considerable size, and have themselves human, cultural and economic resources to deal locally with most of the problems.



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