OrgHacking: 2015 Year in Review

Itamar Goldminz
Dec 31, 2015 · 2 min read

The end of the year is a natural time for retrospection. When I started this blog, more than a year and a half ago, I aimed to cover a pretty broad domain, where the predominant filter, beyond this loose boundary, was sharing content that passed my personal bar of being share-worthy. But when I took a step back and looked at all the content I shared this year, four distinct themes emerged. Here are this year’s blog posts, categorized by these themes:

Org and Role design

Systems and Processes

Culture, Values and Principles

Leadership

Misc

(No need to force content into a theme where one does not naturally exist)

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Itamar Goldminz

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I enjoy solving human puzzles

Org Hacking

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I enjoy solving human puzzles

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Solving Human Puzzles

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