The first stage: Join the BetaCodex Network when you are ready, and on your own terms!
Here are a few “first-stage” options that will help you get acquainted with Beta and the to get involved with our network, or movement:
- Study the extensive, even massive online resources on this website and beyond, which include tons of videos on our YouTube channel, articles and book recommendations, as well as the highly content-dense BetaCodex white papers that we began publishing in 2008.
- Check in into our two most important virtual platforms:
- Take part in an online or an offline event. Learn about Beta, and connect to the community during online clubs, meetups, work sessions, workshops, conferences, seminars.
- Talk about Beta publicly. In your work, in your organizations and networks, in your communities. Talk about Beta on public events. Reflect about it publicly. publish something about it. Experience how it feels to be identified with the world’s leading movement for organizational decentralization and organizational democracy. On social media, please make sure you use the #BetaCodex hashtag!
- Make Beta real within your organization, or in your client work. Apply Beta to your work: within your organization. or with your clients. And share the stories. Your colleagues and peers may never have heard about Beta and may not be aware of the opportunities it provides!
The second stage: When you are ready for getting involved a bit more
Then there are a few more serious, or “second-stage” ways of engaging with the more tight-knit network.
- Support the community and movement with your time, and maybe even make some financial contribution. This could involve curating a social media channel for the BetaCodex Network, or producing video content for the network, or developing this website further. Or other things that will advance the network and its reach or impact.
- Get involved in the network’s research and project landscape and become an active member/contributor. Our community is still young – and much is to be explored within it. We believe that everyone is a researcher: Get involved in the network’s research and contribute something to the community – beyond your legitimate personal reputation or business interests. Share the insights you may have gathered through your research or through your practical work in a more systematic way that is usable by everyone.
Read more about getting engaged in the network’s collective research work here.
To learn more about was of learning about Beta, click here.