Sociocracy is a way to build productive organizations in a harmonious social environment. The ideal scenario is that an organization can "work for a purpose" without external control. Such self-organizing requires everyone to be equal and have the opportunity to contribute to the common goal; the core value of sociocracy is to uphold that everyone is equal in value and that the team members share the desire to do the right thing for growth.
"Circles" are the basic unit of a sociocracy structure. The common characteristic of Circles is that the members share the same purpose, and the achieved purpose can solve problems. Different circles use the links between them to form message channels; links are like channels going through cell membranes responsible for transmitting feedback between circles. The links play two roles:
"In-Links," or Circle leaders, have the right to make decisions and allocate resources for the operation of the circle. In a typical business, an In-Link is a supervisor, manager, or team leader; in Titansoft, the role is assigned by the department head from within the team. This role requires a company perspective to consider the benefits and risks of resolutions.
"Out-Links," or Circle Representatives, are elected by team members according to the due process. The representatives will bring out the problems found in execution or faced by the Circle to other relevant Circles to remove the limits between their own and the external ones. The connection between In-links and Out-links becomes "Double-Linking." Titansoft achieves a bilateral flow of information via sociocracy, giving employees channels to participate in the decision-making of their superiors and drive the organization's operations.