What % of EA full-time employees SHOULD be working on "structural capital" in the next year?
resolved May 13
Prompted by https://forum.effectivealtruism.org/s/dr4yccYeH6Zs7J82s/p/XeADodQvLvPTHcYZe In the next 12 months (roughly now to May 2023), how many EA FTE should work on things like: - functional and scalable processes, - competent management, - suitable legal status and backing, - good operations support, - well designed spaces, - well written code. To be clear, things I would NOT consider to be structural capital include any of: - Financial capital (fundraising, donating) - Human capital (recruiting, spreading EA) - Network capital (thought leadership, research, blogging) This is an informational market (see https://astralcodexten.substack.com/p/information-markets-decision-markets?s=r ); will ultimately be just my own take, but I'm happy to be persuaded based on your comments!
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