SuperBenefit DAO is convening a short series of Twitter Spaces to explore how the nature of governance is evolving, and to inquire into the governance we need to accelerate the arrival of better futures. We call this project Exploring governance for better futures.
We are specifically interested in how Web3 technologies are enabling new models of governance towards these ends, and their potential to combine with existing practices, perspectives, and wisdom.
Beyond the governance of organisations, communities, and networks, we’ll probe the notion of meta-governance and the practicalities of governance in a systems context.
Over three conversations, we engaged with people who bring different and complementary perspectives to governance. This included experience and views from DAOs, other decentralised networks, the co-operative movement, Indigenous cultures, purpose-led business, and civic and systems innovation.
We explored perspectives on the essential functions and attributes of governance, and the design implications for governance arrangements that seek to foster decentralisation, pluralism, and regeneration.
Each of the conversations were framed around a question (click the links to listen to a recording of the conversation):
All Twitter Spaces took place from 6:30 to 7:30 pm EST and were hosted on the SuperBenefit Twitter account.
Taking place from 6:30 to 7:30 pm EST on Thursday, June 2, the first Twitter Space in this series featured:
Taking place from 6:30 to 7:30 pm EST on Thursday, June 16, the second Twitter Space in this series featured:
Taking place from 6:30 to 7:30 pm EST on Thursday, June 30, the third Twitter Space in this series featured:
The conversations were be hosted by SuperBenefit, who are currently undertaking research in Web3 governance principles, practices, and patterns.
Our intention is to harvest the learnings from across the three spaces and integrate them with independent research into governance models and practice in order to publish an article with our findings and to inform further conversations and explorations.