Like many others writers, I am always full of ideas and thoughts. The best way for me to deal with this is to write and share it via articles and books. At this moment I (co) authored nine management books.
The first book I wrote is the management novel: ‘Every day when the sun rises’. It is about the history of the community economy, the basis for Blockchain Organizing. It’s a book to touch and inspire people with new thinking and a new organization model via an exciting story. This management novel describes the history of the community economy through the eyes of the two main characters: Miles and Susan. In their quest for another world, where companies and banks are no longer in the center of doing business, they develop a new vision and a new organizational model. ‘Every day when the sun rises’ is not an ordinary management book, but an exciting and easy-to-read story. This novel gives an inspiring and playful picture of a new future. Susan is studying organizational science and conducts her graduate research in Miles’s organization. You travel with them in their quest for another world. A world in which corporations, central governments and traditional markets are no longer self-evident. The book asks questions like: Why do we work? Why do we organize work? Why do companies actually exist and what is their meaning for our prosperity and our life?
Miles and Susan conclude that our social economic order is not based on technology, but on full-employment. They conclude that the future of work will change profoundly. First the meaning of work, and with that the meaning of unemployment, and second how we organize our work. They argue that firms will transform to shared transaction networks. ‘Every day when the sun rises’, it describes in a special way the community economy. As if you’re in the middle of it.
The vision, model, infrastructure and program, that Susan and Miles think about, are further elaborated and illustrated in the Weconomics books I wrote and co-authored. For more information please visit the website of the Weconomics Foundation (Dutch only).
“The book to read is not the one that thinks for you but the one which makes you think.” (Harper Lee)