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Batched Amendment - Strategy and Resource Director Proposal
[QUOTE="Nate Miller, post: 31402, member: 413"]
We need decision making and direction. IMO, the decentralized governance approach has been exhausted over the last few years, so it's time to try something new that can focus the efforts of the community. Councils are just slight variations on what we've already been doing and will continue the politicking and gridlock.
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I think we have far more suffered from a lack of focus and cooperation than from decentralized governance. We did not have a roadmap but were still spending resources in several directions. Moreover a limited team gathering several competences is not really what we have experienced so far, but instead a fully diluted decision process with no strategic vision. And such a structure does not prevent natural leadership from emerging within this group.

Overall, this approach looks more balanced and representative to me and yet still super efficient and effective

(As a side note : being decentralized is not inherently bad or good especially without the right representative organization and transparent processes.)
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