Communities of people, including churches neighborhoods, cohousing, ecovillages, and intentional communities, need a structure and governance system that is as people-oriented as they are. Whether they are complex or simple, communities share an emphasis on on the needs of individual person. By using consent decision-making as one of the fundamental principles in addressing the needs of community, dynamic governance is designed to:

  • Structure peer-led endeavors
  • Develop group ingenuity for problem solving
  • Build community
  • Streamline decision-making while engaging and empowering all members

When implementing dynamic governance, Governance Alive respects the interrelatedness unique to communities and stresses inclusive and respectful decision-making.