They develop humanistic systems by harnessing human capacity and community systems enabled by societal information management and knowledge governance mechanisms.
The Community that one is looking at, which may be characterised via a certain set of features, these being natural or naturalised to that society (for example: Population size, Ethnic composition, Level of literacy)
The Structures, sometimes becoming traditions or simply ways of life, that have been built or accepted by the community, these being created by the society (for example:Learning methods, Social networks, Rituals)
The Enablers, or governance procedures, that are accepted by the community by some means, and these may influence changes in the two components above (for example: Laws, regulations, Religions, beliefs, Culture, Leadership
This can be viewed as a possible model that may be able to explain how knowledge management works (the 7 processes) within a community, and perhaps why they are perpetuated. This is of course very exploratory in nature, and many experiments and projects will have to be carried out to have a better insight. Two exemplar projects are proposed along these lines, one in an under-resourced community, and the other within a scientific community.