Adhocracy (Software)

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Definition

Adhocracy is an online tool based on the concept of liquid democracy and, as such, allows for "decision-making through cooperative discourse, delegation and voting." 

Problems and Purpose

Liquid democracy is a decentralized method of governance and would not be possible on a large-scale without the connective power of the internet. Adhocracy, like LiquidFeedback, was designed to give community engagement leaders and politicians the ability to operationalize the 'liquid' form of governance.

History

Adhocracy was developed by the organization "Liquid Democracy" (not to be confused with the liquid democracy theory of governance) who, like LiquidFeedback began their work in 2009.

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