An Ecosystem is Nature’s way of creating sustainable communities of interdependent entities or organisms that must cooperate equitably for their mutual Survival, Growth, and to Thrive. Regenerative Justice is the process of organizing all human activities into authentic ecosystems. The six attributes of Regenerative Justice are Inclusion, Diversity, Equality, Equity, Prosperity, and Sustainability. Ecosystems are Transformative, and Regenerative Justice focuses ecosystem activities on processes and as well as outcomes.
Ecosystems exceed the performance and sustainability of traditional linear organizations. In an authentic ecosystem, Social Justice attributes such as "Diversity & Inclusion," are not an afterthought or an inconvenience, rather they are intrinsic to the very process of creating and sustaining economic value and social progress.
Like in Nature, AGILE Ecosystems are Regenerative because they employ specific mechanisms to assure their maintenance, repair and growth. In a perfect world, organizations should be created as ecosystems from the start. However, AGILE Ecosystems Methodology can deploy Regenerative Justice Attributes in any human organization. AGILE Ecosystems Methodology always begins with an assessment of an organization's "Status Quo" and any new improvements or "Innovations" may be integrated into it as a new synergistic ecosystem or as an improvement to the current organization.
The Six Attributes of Regenerative Justice
Diversity is about the recruitment or acquisition of Assets capable of producing various resources based on their Attributes. Diversity drives Creativity, leading to Robust Resource Generation.
Equality integrates and protects Assets that generate Economic Value Creation and Exchange Transactions. Equality protects the Integrity of the Ecosystem and drives Asset Owner Reciprocity.
Equity implies fair and consensual agreements made between Asset Owners and Resource Producers within the Ecosystem. Equity fosters Ownership and supports the accumulation of Economic Value.
Prosperity is the attribute of any authentic Ecosystem that produces Economic Resources for its Asset Owners, Resource Producers and Invests in, and Cultivates adjacent ecosystems. Prosperity fosters Well-Being.
Sustainability is the presence of "Social Capital" created by the Ecosystem and stored as reserves. Social Capital assures the ongoing relationships with vested Resource Producers that Preserves & Protects the Ecosystem.