The Good Governance Playbook

Why we can’t run an organization solely on good intentions.

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Why we struggle

I think we’re already the best human beings we can be. Loving more will not get us further.

Bandwidth, and being human

I think of governance systems as a strategy to be the person I want to be — because I know I’m fallible.

Governance processes as self-chosen guardrails

Our downfall is not that we choose not to be kind — it’s that we disagree on what kindness looks like in practice, and can’t pay attention enough to think things through when they get muddy.

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