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Good governance. Shared ownership. Tangible progress.

Not to be taken for granted in the family, with members bound by blood, shared history, shared interests and (we hope) mutual affection.

Challenging in companies, where goals are clearly defined, and members are (we hope) selected for qualities that will enable them to contribute towards those goals, incentivised to make progress, and spend a large proportion of each day “at work”.

How much harder in communities and nations, where goals are nebulous and interests often conflicting, where bonds of affection are weaker, resources contested, and effort is diffuse.

Onwards and upwards!

I'd love to hear your thoughts and recommended resources...