A New Challenger Arrives


#1

https://interi.org/2017/10/a-new-challenger-arrives/

Pinging @mlinksva, @judytuna and @greg, folks I happen to know track transparency in orgs. This idea of “challenges” is a personal management idea for my own stuff, but I am looking for prior art to draw lessons and inspiration from, in addition to:

This is a meta-challenge to the concept itself. How can I make this better? What should I avoid, and why? Prior art or failures? Let me know! :slight_smile:


#2

@trashHeap asked for clarification, and I will update the post with conversation points tonight, but that is worth reading, because it made me drill deeper into the problems I am trying to solve with my odd choice of framing. :stuck_out_tongue:


#3

I feel like I’ve tried to conduct myself like this intermittently. Ask lots of people for feedback, but ultimately the decision is up to me? Am I characterizing it right?


#4

I just ran across this paper on collected governance because someone in Tech Workers Coalition linked to it: https://organizingforpower.files.wordpress.com/2009/06/working-in-collective-organizations.pdf


#5

okay, and this small manifesto by a fellow TWC member on small tech: https://smallscale.tech/


#6

Hard to say, the blog post was pretty conceptual. Let’s see the first challenge. :slight_smile:


#7

2 posts were split to a new topic: Algorithm free