ETHDenver here we come!
Stay tuned to @dOrg_Tech on Twitter to find out how we are participating in the event🔥
We are going to be at ETHDenver! Soon, we’ll announce a surprise about our participation in the event.
Stay tuned to Twitter to find out what’s all about! 👀
New episodes of dOrg Hot Seat
Check out the latest episodes of our podcast here:
Our accountant just started her own crypto native accounting firm: Hash basis.
She formed a team full of accountants, experts in crypto and research, their services include bookkeeping, reporting, and consulting for all your digital assets.📊
Phil participated in a panel about DAOs. He shared the space with other greats from the ecosystem, and this event was prepared by DeFi France and MangroveDAO. 🚀
Media prepared a tutorial on how to create a generative Twitter bot with ChatGPT on top of OpenAI, AWSLambdas and Python.⏬️
Magenta & Ori
Magenta and Ori were on the Block Explorer podcast, to talk more about the DAO Drops project and what’s to come.☔️ Check out the full episode here:
Manank was in an interview with @Salmanneedsjob where we shared his web3 journey and contributions, he also dedicated a few minutes to talk about dOrg.
Listen to the full interview:
Mackenzie already did the summary of our expenses and revenues during 2022. Take a look at the highlights:
dOrg Hot Seat episode
As every other Thursday, we’re gonna release a new episode of the dOrg Hot Seat! Make sure to subscribe to our Youtube channel and follow us on Spotify to find out who will be our next guest. 🔥🪑
Builder of the month
Job: Web3 Project Manager and Product Manager
Location: Sabaudia, Italy
Hobbies: Trekking, MTB
What would you like others to know about dOrg?
At dOrg, we are committed to practicing true Agile development without the inefficiencies of a hierarchical organization.
We are a non-hierarchical organization at every level, enabling us to work more efficiently and effectively and deliver high-quality web3 software.
Our work is free from the "bullshit jobs" that often burden other companies, and this allows us to maintain highly competitive costs with a significantly lower overhead than centralized and hierarchical competitors.
We believe in the power of decentralization, and our DAO structure allows us to work together in a collaborative, flexible, and continuous improvement-oriented environment.
What are you currently working on?
I have worked on several projects, including Minds, Coordinape, and internal dOrg coordination, among others. Currently, I am assisting with the execution of EF Dao drops. I have also taken some time for my family, as I have two young children, ages three and one.
What is your typical day like?
It really depends on the projects I am working on. As a leader of cross-functional remote teams, it's essential to be flexible with my schedule(...)Here are a few tips that have helped me:
Create a task list with 3 levels of priority for work and family tasks, in addition to the Kanban boards and project task lists.
Use the "deep work" approach, where I schedule specific time slots to work on each project, and during that time, I avoid reading emails, social media, or answering the phone as much as possible. This allows me to focus and avoid giving low-quality attention to work, family, or personal development.
Incorporate concentration-based meditation exercises into my personal development routine, based on the teachings of Rudolf Steiner and Massimo Scaligero.
While my day can be unpredictable, having these routines and structures in place has helped me balance my work and family commitments effectively.
What has surprised you the most about working with dOrg?
The effectiveness of our non-hierarchical organization structure.
Of course, it's not always easy to work without managers, which is one of the fundamental challenges of Agile (and one of the reasons why a project manager who can practice servant leadership is crucial).
Although, In some situations, having a non-hierarchical structure may have posed a challenge for dOrg.
What drew me to web3 was the desire to help create technology that is a tool for freedom rather than exploitation of humans and the environment.
At dOrg, I have found all my expectations fulfilled, but I have also come to appreciate how hierarchical models can be a shortcut that in some cases may seem necessary.
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