Quintuple Helix (QH) is an intertwined structure of five strands that can steer regenerative research and development streams together. In the MPM, this refers to the collaboration of citizens (CSOs, citizen scientists, hackers, social innovators), policymakers (or public services), entrepreneurs (including green financing initiatives), scientists (researchers, mentors, instructors) and the environment. QH stakeholders have full network capabilities to pool expertise, resources and funding toward concrete projects and programs with clear commitments. All stakeholders sign a QH Charter, which defines CRS rules for optimal resource allocation within their organizations and across their value chains or ecosystems. Once all parties sign a Charter, it will be coded into the MPM mechanisms for participation, engagement, and validation processes in a zero-trust environment.
To refresh our ideas of ownership and governance, we are designing and experimenting with new and remembered ways of working together, sharing resources, group decision making. We learn how to steward commons, resources, and people's power for sustainable development and resilience building
GCRI platforms consist of credit pools built for the skills development and competencies required for the twin digital-green transition. Achievements on the network are being vetted and approved through peer review and a novel Proof-of-Competence (PoC) mechanism. Using GCRI's multi-platform network, large organizations can build a matrix of Competence Cells (CCells) in digital twins and run a powerful semi-autonomous engine for micro-production (MPM) in zero-trust mode. Empowered by integrated CRS, digital twins perform in high-risk and fast-failing environments to tackle complex issues. Also they provides a productive environment for participants to collaborate with QH partners and acquire new knowledge, skills. competencies and careers