[For now] I've got a real job, and very little time at present, to do much work online. Here's my snippet for the day:
One way to give effective examples of workplace democracy in our society could be through the public sector. See if we can get the NDP onside with the idea of transforming the governance of the public sector thusly: Policy and general operating procedures are still the preserve of the goverment, but day-to-day operation and implementation is overseen by a governing board consisting of 1/3 management/administration (who are responsible for the system as a whole), 1/3 workers (who know better than anyone the ground level realities and possibilities of the organization) and 1/3 citizens (who are on the receiving end of the organizations services).
Each group gets equal voting weight on this board. Each group gets full access to relevant information about the organization/system in question.