From Competition and Collusion to Consent-Based Collaboration: A Case Study of Local Democracy. International Journal of Public Administration
Live online interview with Gerard Endenburg, founder of Sociocracy (a.k.a. Dynamic Community Governance)
Here's an informative 4-minute clip showing the workings of the Dynamic Community Governance process.
Creative Forces of Self-Organization (free)
by John Buck and Gerard Endenburg
Dynamic Governance for Nonprofit Organizations (free)
by John Buck and Jerry Koch-Gonzalez
We the People: Consenting to a Deeper Democracy
by John Buck and Sharon Villines
Living Well, an eldercare program with three facilities in Vermont offers holistic services - many innovative ideas, including Dynamic Community Governance (aka sociocracy)
Presentation at the Agile2016 software conference in Atlanta, Georgia by Jutta Eckstein and John Buck.
Sociocracy: A Permaculture Approach to Community (free)
by Melanie Rios
Lost Valley Community, an ecovillage in Oregon, converted to dynamic community governance, which they viewed as a form of social permaculture. It has helped the 21-year-old community thrive both socially and economically.
Beyond Democracy (free)
by Ted Millich
This learning aid gives step-by-step pointers for dynamic community governance facilitators and participants. Use it for meetings, elections, and project coordination. Take a copy to your next meeting for easy reference!
In this book, Prof. Romme decries the lack of professionalism in leadership. He points out that professions, from doctors and lawyers to bus drivers, require some sort of certification, while help desk operators and executive managers don't. He argues that dynamic community governance is a basis for leadership certification.