Transitioning to Cooperative Economies

Transitioning to Cooperative Economies

A “change engine” capable of driving towards cooperative economies needs to be driven by those most incentivized by the change, those whose interests are most in line with it. It also needs to minimize all resistance to the cooperation of each of them.

In order for this cooperation to become large enough to drive the wholesale transition to a cooperative economy, this engine must enable this cooperation to include all participants, and must include all modes of cooperation.
Once a “platform of platforms” is defined to accelerate the creation of cooperative platforms that are more competitive than current business models, the rate at which the wholesale transition to a cooperative economy can occur is only limited by the rate of identifying new areas for cooperation, and the rate of market adoption.