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Here we collect various articles written about the RCO – either by ourselves or by others.

Breakit: “Modell för syftesdrivet företagande” (in Swedish)

Efter egna entreprenörsresor har Amit Paul och Nils von Heijne fått nog av bolagsbyggande där poängen är att maximera vinst. Nu lanserar duon en ny organisationsmodell för syftesdrivet företagande.


TechCrunch: “A more ethical company structure”

Called a Regenerative Community Organism (RCO), this novel organizational model is not just a theoretical framework; it aims to be a practical approach.


How do I become an RCO?

This is the step by step guide to approach it from the bottom up. Fundamentally it is an invitation to aligning your own interests to the needs and desires of the organism you are creating.

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The parts and how they fit together. (Pt 2)

This piece will dig into one further level of detail looking at the different legal documents as well as the different parts of the structure and how they interact with one another.

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The parts and how they fit together (Pt 1)

This is a more technical part. More descriptive. The ambition is not to exhaust the entire model but to sketch it on a high level so that you can grasp which parts of this model do.

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Ask not what you can do for the RCO, ask what it can do for you!

The Regenerative Community Organism (RCO) is fundamentally a path to introducing a balancing act between financial interest and the other interests to serve the idea you’ve generated.

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Remembering responsibility and reintroducing enough in business

This post proposes an argument for looking at responsibility and enoughness in business. It points out how the RCO can assist us in centering on those things as we address our worlds challenges.

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Reimagining ownership and value in regenerative business – tipping the scales towards flow

Beginning of the discovery of what shifting start-ups and VCs towards flow and velocity away from maximal ownership and control. And how this reshapes contracts, accounting and ultimately worldviews.

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