My #1 Lesson After Eleven Months Of Building A Worker-Owned CO-OP

People And Systems Are Essential

When I began researching worker-owned co-ops I had never worked for one or seen one in action close up. So when I read the first principle of worker cooperatives is “voluntary and open membership,” I took to mean that I had let anyone join.

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Futurist and community organizer. Chief catalyst and founding member of The Sustainable CO-OP Store. Know thyself.

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Vivek George

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Futurist and community organizer. Chief catalyst and founding member of The Sustainable CO-OP Store. Know thyself.

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