Please submit your votes here, ranked 1st to 4th. The winner of this organizational round will become the new organizational director and will have the ability to change, subtract, add or otherwise alter rules for the next round.
Post by Napoleoff (INTP) on Sept 16, 2018 22:55:34 GMT
1: Aarvoll - long and thoughtful post, many facets considered
2: A.H. - also a many-faceted post
3: flimp - well-sourced post, showing that what we can currently say for certain about organizational structures is very little
4: vennyflennard - many points made, not as organized as Aarvoll or A.H.
Sorry everyone, I would say more about your posts but I'm burnt-out right now from the information overload of going around trying to make fair judgements on the submissions in all three sections of the forum (organization, colloquium and research) and trying to rank them accordingly all in one day.
Edit: I changed my entry for flimp, removing the word minimalist, because I think it gave the impression I didn't like his post. On the contrary, I like it a lot. But it's just objectively true as it stands now that what we can know about organizational structures for certain is very very little. I think flimp's post is a great and important one, doing the vital work of boiling down organization to its essentials before we can begin to build our impressions from the ground up.
Post by aarvoll (INTJ) on Sept 17, 2018 22:14:02 GMT
1: Vennyflennard 2: Napoleoff 3: Flimp 4: A.H.
I'm on vacation with my family in CA so I unfortunately don't have time to comment on my rankings. I'll also have to rely on Ken to hopefully do the necessary calculations to update the scores. Interesting reading from everyone, thanks for the feedback as well.
Aarvoll remains organizational director as the result of this round. If he would like to forfeit that responsibility, the directorship will fall to Napoleonoff. Thanks for your participation everyone. Your scores will impact your global ranking and priority in Organization an Colloquium for the next round.