Example of Suggestion Process: Creating a Logo for organization

1. Proposal Initiation:

  • Local Fractal Circle:
    • Alice, a member of the local fractal circle, proposes the idea of creating a logo for the organization during a circle meeting.
    • She emphasizes the importance of a symbol that represents unity and freedom.

2. Local Circle Discussion:

  • Ideas and Opinions:
    • Other members in the local circle share their thoughts on the logo.
    • Bob suggests incorporating global elements to represent the organization’s worldwide reach.
    • Carol proposes using vibrant colors to convey energy and enthusiasm.

3. Summary and Trustee Selection:

  • Local Trustee Meeting:
    • The local circle compiles a summary of their logo ideas and selects a trustee, Alice, to represent them in the next higher-level circle.

4. Intermediate Circle Discussion:

  • Trustee Presentation:
    • Alice joins the intermediate circle and presents the local circle’s logo ideas.
    • Representatives from other local circles contribute additional suggestions, such as using symbols of liberty and diversity.

5. Voting and Consensus:

  • Decision-Making Process:
    • The intermediate circle engages in a democratic voting process to decide on the key elements of the logo.
    • A majority agrees on incorporating global symbols, vibrant colors, and liberty-related symbols.

6. Summary for Higher-Level Circle:

  • Summary and Trustee Selection:
    • A summary of the logo elements is created, and a representative is chosen to present these ideas in the highest-level circle.

7. Highest-Level Circle Discussion:

  • Trustee Presentation:
    • The representative, chosen from the intermediate circle, presents the finalized logo elements to the highest-level circle.
    • Further refinement suggestions are discussed, such as the specific shapes and arrangement of elements.

8. Voting and Consensus:

  • Final Decision-Making:
    • The highest-level circle engages in a final voting process to solidify the logo design.
    • A majority consensus is reached on the specific design elements.

9. Project Deployment:

  • Task Delegation:
    • Tasks related to designing the logo are delegated down the fractal layers.
    • Each local circle takes responsibility for specific aspects of the project, such as design, color selection, and symbolism.

10. Collaborative Design Process:

  • Iterative Feedback:
    • Local circles collaborate on the design, providing iterative feedback to ensure the logo aligns with the organization’s values.
    • Online platforms or meetings facilitate seamless communication between circles.

11. Final Design Approval:

  • Circle Consensus:
    • The final design is presented to all fractal circles for approval.
    • A majority of circles must agree on the design for it to be accepted.

12. Distribution of Emblems:

  • Implementing the Logo:
    • Once the design is approved, emblems with the finalized logo are distributed to all members.
    • The organization now proudly displays the emblem, symbolizing unity and freedom.

Through this example, the process showcases how a suggestion for a logo starts at the local level, undergoes discussions and refinements at intermediate and higher levels, and is ultimately deployed with the consensus of the entire fractal organization. The dynamic and inclusive nature of the fractal structure ensures that diverse ideas contribute to the creation of a meaningful symbol for the organization.