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Digital Twin for co-creators of the innovative social solutions

It is time to align people and environmental needs through new interconnected collaborative organizational models. Establish the bridge between the virtual and offline world as well as connect academics and communities to focus on social impact by providing the missing valuable functions of the social technology for the common good. We want everyone to be able to share and take joint action on everyday experiences and quality of life concerns; at a local, national and global level.

Humans are keystone species in whatever environment they inhabit. - We have known as human beings that our planet is small, fragile and interconnected.

Citizen Social Science in the age of the ALPHA GENERATION

To do this by holistically connect the disconnected and isolated dots with each other and communities of GLOCAL society to use technologies and methods to collectively solve problems by holistic approach and Eco-System Design thinking to improve the..

  • Humanity’s relationship to its environment

  • Humanity’s relationship to technology, and

  • Humanity’s relationship to itself

 

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The vision of the Humanner is - ‘To progress our society, economy and environment through collective innovation.’ 

THE PROBLEM IS NOT THE LACK OF A COLLECTIVE DESIRE FOR A POSITIVE FUTURE BUT THE LACK OF A COLLECTIVE VEHICLE FOR POSITIVE ACTIONS.

How Can Technology Accelerate Social Evolution?

Digital collective intelligence

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We sorely lack more concerted support and action to assemble new combinations of tools that can help the society think and act at a pace as well as scale commensurate with the problems we face. We need an entirely different model of dealing with reality, a new frame of mind, a collective intelligence. This is an ability to come into communion with a group and act as a single unit of intelligence.

 

Architected Futures

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Multi Layered Collaborative Semantic Social Network

for collective social innovation ecosystem management

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Humanner's system work with a MULTI FUNCTIONAL holistic multisolving approach so that make the investment more impactful. 

Single investment of time and money - Defined as a way of solving multiple problems with multisolving approach brings together stakeholders from different sectors and disciplines to tackle public issues in a cost-efficient manner

1/ "Normal" days (GLOCAL) - Collective Social Innovation Network

2/ In Crisis situation can turn into - Collective Crisis Management System

SOCIETY - ISO 37105

Descriptive Framework for Cities and Communities - provides a framework to describe the key entities within a city.

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The story of the disruption of the media industry is one example of this – the New York Times now finding itself as just one voice among a vast network of the internet, bloggers, websites and social media. That is the problem with linear thinking, it leads us to focus only on big causes and blinds us to the nonlinear change processes that are happening and how over time they will sum up to something much greater than their parts alone to change the paradigm; at which point it is too late.

This revolution in connectivity is all around us and continuously expanding, but by its very nature connectivity and networks are difficult to see and touch, so we all nod our heads that “yes” there is some kind of network revolution taking place but we go on talking about those things that we can touch and see and are familiar to us. Maybe never before our incapacity to really think about things in new ways has been so starkly revealed to us.

Cultures, languages, political systems and jurisdictions, technology infrastructure, businesses, farms, transport systems they all seem to follow this same pattern.
It is the twin revolution of information technology and globalization that pivot around cities. 

There is an “empire of networks” emerging that will change how we organize societies and economies around the world and in that is the possibility for systems change. It is precisely because of this infrastructure of connectivity that we today have the opportunity to innovate in whole systems, but the question is how will we use that opportunity.

 

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Change requires the will of the people. The success of any strategy execution will be determined by how well you engage people and manage the transition process. Without the right communication, education, and operational support to execute your strategy, you can expect to receive resistance to change. A multitude of variables will determine the success of achieving your goals within your target time frame:

- Current state gaps and cultural competency
- Size of organization and number of locations
- Cultural context and varying sensibilities
- Strategic alignment of needs and expectations
- Commitment of resources and prioritization
- Stakeholder engagement and development
- Governance and performance management

Many change initiatives fail due to leadership’s lack of understanding of how systemic change occurs, or because of mismanaged expectations for what is required to facilitate change. Before embarking on your transformation journey, develop a change strategy to migrate your organization from the current state to your future state. Inform employees of the case for change, how it will directly impact them, and set expectations for their role and purpose in the transformation.

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When developing new strategies or setting new goals, your first question should be, “Is our culture capable of…?” Answering this question in advance can mean the difference between success and failure, and in many cases, very costly failures. It is best first to understand your cultural competency and what is needed to ensure success.

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To operationalize new policies and practices across all roles and functions, you must understand any potential obstacles or resistances to overcome. Systemically assessing cultural needs and experience delivery gaps is essential to building a culture that enables you to live up to our aspirations of your brand and to realize your purpose. 70% of all change initiatives fail. The primary reason for such high failure rates is due to the low cultural competency of an organization or community; your ability to understand, communicate, collaborate, and relate to each other. And, the ability to unify around a common purpose and be equipped to self-organize and govern to evolve towards your desired future state.

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When assessing cultural competency, this list represents the most critical and impactful mechanisms to drive cultural sustainability and continuous improvement. Nearly every gap prohibiting success will fall into one of these buckets. To close gaps preventing you from delivering a purposeful experience, engage stakeholders in solutioning. For all the same reasons you should include stakeholders in the experience design process, it is equally as important to include them in the solutioning process to close experience delivery gaps. Creating input and feedback loops with stakeholders at critical points of strategic implementation is an agile way of evolving your brand experience with purpose and intention. This ensures close gaps most important and valuable to the evolving needs and expectations of your stakeholders. Additionally, this will help you prioritize and allocate of resources.

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Building on the value of co-creation.

Traditional organizational and governmental structures are antiquated and can not meet the increasing challenges and demands of our highly complex and rapidly changing world.

It is not enough to introduce new policies, systems and practices and expect people to automatically change their behavior and adopt the new ways of being. It takes commitment and intention to disseminate new strategic initiatives.

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To mitigate change resistance, it is important to consider people's emotional needs. Demonstrated here, these are the various stages of decision-making we all go through – whether consciously or subconsciously – that will determine whether or not we remain passionate and committed to a relationship based on the value someone or something provides in the relationship. Conduct empathy mapping to determine the most effective ways to serve people's emotional needs at each interaction and touchpoint. Understanding people’s emotional journey helps you to empathize with their needs and resistances to help navigate how best to engage them to build relationships that cultivates passion and commitment for your mutual success. Satisfying the emotional journey is necessary to procure commitment, build loyalty and advocacy, and drive adoption of new policies, systems and practices. 

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Culture is shaped by the ideas we share, stories we tell, and behaviors we observe that influence how we think, feel, and act in varying situations and environments. The cultural components listed here are demonstrated both individually and collectively, shaping both individual and collective perceptions, emotions, and behaviors. For people to adopt new policies and practices, you must inspire them with passion and pride, and empower facilitating actors to contribute to the change management process. Change occurs when passion and commitment align with common purpose. Everyone has individual needs, values, beliefs, and emotions that affect how they think, feel, and act in varying situations and environments. An effective stakeholder engagement strategy meets people where they are and aligns them to a common purpose and future state vision, and includes them in decisions that impact them.

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The practice of developing sustainable organizational cultures directly impacts half of the SDGs. Developing a sustainable organizational culture is one of the most socially responsible actions a company can take to support the global sustainability agenda.

 

SDGs directly impacted by culture design highlighted with boarders.

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For any experience innovation, cultural development or change initiative, how you engage your people managers and influencers will be critical to your success. Include facilitating actors in strategic decisions that impact their functions and departments, and hold them accountable to creating shared value, and establishing standard operating procedures to achieve future state goals. 

Culture Design, our purpose is to improve lives through relationships and experiences, and by leading with our core values - Care. Care for our work. Care for our clients. Care for our colleagues. Care for our communities. Care for our planet. Care for humanity. Care for ourselves.

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Our fundamental concepts, tools and platforms in which we design and implement information systems prevent us from making them flexible and “organic”. They tie us to their components and versions, hide the structures in huge text files, get more rigid and fragile by every change.

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To step forward, address the true living and evolving nature of every system, we need a radically new approach. This would be important before start solving any particular task, but essential in mitigating critical situations like the Corona crisis.

 

 

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