📢RnDAO Newsletter 2024/02

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January 16, 2024

​📢RnDAO News

​This week we kicking off our new season of events. So without further ado, these are the times to watch over the next week or two...

​​​🚀RnDAO Events

​RnDAO Weekly Onboarding Call

​​​​​​​​​Wednesday, December 17th at 5PM UTC

​​​​Our weekly opportunity to introduce yourself and let us know how we can help you contribute and be part of the team at RnDAO.

​TogetherCrew Twitter (X) Spaces

​TogetherCrew is kickstarting its 2024 Twitter Spaces with a theme of - "𝗖𝗼𝗹𝗹𝗮𝗯𝗼𝗿𝗮𝘁𝗶𝗼𝗻 & 𝗟𝗲𝗮𝗿𝗻𝗶𝗻𝗴".

18th Jan, 18:00 UTC

David Ehrlichman | LinkedIn is author of Impact Networks: Create Connection, Spark Collaboration, and Catalyze Systemic Change. He is currently working as cofounder and ecosystem lead of Hats Protocol, working to create a backbone for decentralized work. Click here to set a reminder for his event

29th Jan, 15:30 UTC

Mindaugas (@MindaugasLT) X (twitter.com) is co-founder of Coho (@joincoho) / X (twitter.com) & has curated 300+ peer groups. With a deep passion for peer learning and the transformative power of AI in workplace, Mindaugas will share his perspectives. And also speak about COHO fellowships. Happening on: Click here to set a reminder for this event

​RnDAO Talks Ep.35

​​DAOs and Their Operating Systems: Observations and Aspirations with Sam Spurlin

​Thursday, 25 January 17:00 UTC 1hr

​​Sam Spurlin, a partner and first employee at The Ready, a consultancy focused on the future of work, has advised numerous organizations over eight years, guiding them towards more effective and people-positive ways of operating. He has extensive experience working with Fortune 500 leaders and led The Ready’s exploration into DAOs from late 2021 to early 2023. Previously, he collaborated with David Allen on the updated edition of "Getting Things Done" and published with Dr. Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi on the future of work and positive psychology.

​​During this talk, Sam will delve into the concept that all organizations, whether traditional or decentralized like DAOs, have "operating systems" that define their culture. These systems, comprised of foundational principles and practices, can be intentionally designed. Examining DAOs through the lens of the OS Canvas reveals parallels in the challenges faced by both traditional and decentralized organizations. Additionally, it highlights unique opportunities for DAOs that differ from traditional setups. Understanding these nuances could lead to improvements in DAO functionality.