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Internal Governance

Internal Governance

LabGov internal governance is organized in two horizontal areas (organization & communication and research & design) and five concentric circles: interns, that are students participating in the in-house clinic; managers, students from the previous year who help to coordinate the activities of the in-house clinic; designers, that are junior professionals (many of whom coming from previous LabGov editions); strategists, senior professionals; and finally advisors, the scientific trustees. LabGov developed a tool to measure the efforts made in the laboratory by each participant, called commoning machine, which is a sort of time bank. Moreover, it has been  realized a collaboration toolkit, constantly updated in order to dynamically adapt to the community that collaborates and to collaborative projects developed on-field.