Society, economy and organisation are complex. Precisely what a conscious common purpose morphs these systems into is speculative.
To make progress towards common fulfilment people need to question the current systems and hold the purpose in mind. The manifesto is part of that process.
The manifesto is intended as a stake in the ground to mark how far systems have come and to ensure they do not digress. It is also a statement of shared direction with ideas on the path forward, but it is not definitive. The details cannot all be worked out here.
The decisions on how opportunity and income is shared so opportunity to contribute and find fulfilment is also shared must be developed from the input of all of people via the information systems constructed.
More than likely these will not be fixed decisions but transforming and transformative ones modified as society adapts and modifies. The ideas in this manifesto are transformational ones, not final ones, they are not the end of change.
Similarly, the common purpose is also individual purpose and can never be predicted precisely in specifics, as it is realised uniquely in every individual.
[Excerpt from The Common Purpose Manifesto]