Toke Moller of the The Art of Hosting community recently posted a link to the Art of Hosting in chaordic design process. A picture of the process, nearly identical to the Kaos Pilot project model, is found on the Chaordic site and linked here.
A full description of the process is provided on Chaordic.org:
The chaordic design process has six dimensions, beginning with purpose and ending with practice. Each of the six dimensions can be thought of as a lens through which participants examine the circumstances giving rise to the need for a new organization or to reconceive an existing one.
Developing a self-organizing, self-governing organization worthy of the trust of all participants usually requires intensive effort. To maximize their chances of success, most groups have taken a year or more on the process. During that time, a representative group of individuals (sometimes called a drafting team) from all parts of the engaged organization or community meet regularly and work through the chaordic design process.
The steps involved in conceiving and creating a more chaordic organization are:
Develop a Statement of Purpose
The first step is to define, with absolute clarity and deep conviction, the purpose of the community. An effective statement of purpose will be a clear, commonly understood statement of that which identifies and binds the community together as worthy of pursuit. When properly done, it can usually be expressed in a single sentence. Participants will say about the purpose, “If we could achieve that, my life would have meaning.”