Roles

Marketing:

Accountability: Developing verbal guidelines for expressing the Holacracy and HolacracyOne brands
Filled By: Meg Gilliland

GlassFrog:

Accountability: Following architectural guidelines published by @Architect
Filled By: Alexia Bowers, Aurel Branzeanu, David Hanson, Lewis Hoffman, Rachel Kammerer, Anthony Moquin, Maxat Sangerbayev, Skye Weir-Mathews

Marketing:

Accountability: Designing slide decks that align with brand guidelines upon request from Marketing roles
Accountability: Reviewing slide decks for alignment with brand guidelines upon request from Marketing roles
Filled By: Jen Palmer

GlassFrog:

Accountability: Identifying relationships with key current customers proactively according to guidelines defined by @Business_Manager
Filled By: Matt Gilliland

Partner Retreats:

Accountability: Publishing and communicating venue specific guidelines and policies relating to the use of facilities available for partner usage
Filled By: Matt Gilliland

General Company Circle:

Accountability: Designing, creating, and evolving visuals, presentations, and multimedia tools in alignment with @Marketing guidelines on request of other roles
Filled By: Meg Gilliland

Marketing:

Accountability: Sourcing and vetting content from around the internet that aligns with @Brand_Identity guidelines and will be valuable to our audience.
Filled By: Matt Gilliland

Holacracy Training:

Accountability: Monitoring training delivery for useful updates to training setup and design standards, and creating or updating relevant materials or guidelines to capture learnings
Filled By: Rebecca Brover

Holacracy Training:

Accountability: Seeking, evaluating, negotiating and contracting venues for training events in line with strategies and guidelines defined by @Training_Business_Development and @Training_Design
Filled By: Rebecca Brover

Holacracy Forum:

Accountability: Seeking, evaluating, negotiating, and contracting the venue for Holacracy Forums and other conferences in line with strategies and guidelines defined by @Forum_Finance

Circles

Accountability: Aligning look and feel of post-event followup email to guidelines designed by @Marketing
Filled By: Rebecca Brover

Accountability: Updating official Tactical and Governance Meeting Cards to align with the current Holacracy Constitution release version and brand guidelines published by @Brand_Identity
Filled By: Rebecca Brover

Policies

GlassFrog:

For Domain: No Domain
Policy: No role may disclose customer information in response to a law enforcement request for customer data without following the guidelines set by @Privacy_Compliance_Coordinator

Marketing:

For Domain: No Domain
Policy: No role may engage an external party to represent HolacracyOne or GlassFrog on public channels unless they: 1. Review all branding standards and guidelines with the external party 2. Review any posts or copy prior to publication

Notes

Architect:

Note: Logging history When a mutation or service event makes a significant change to the system, an appropriate ResourceChange should be logged in resource_changes table and resource_references should be included to connect all changed models and unchanged but contextually important models to  paper trail versions table entries for those models.

Partner Convener:

Note: See Partner Polls in Slack taken 8/2018: https://holacracyone.slack.com/archives/C02S7DYN1/p1534800641000100 Optimal length: ~8 days including travel Optimal spacing: ~Once every 3 months Optimal start day: Monday or Friday per GCC LL prioritization: https://holacracyone.slack.com/archives/C0KQQ5RLG/p1535487315000100 Wednesday or Thursday per partner preferences

Virtual Collisions:

Note: Slack recommends creating a "Slack room naming guidelines" document to keep names consistent and predictable, as described in https://get.slack.help/hc/en-us/articles/217626408-Organize-and-name-channels Naming conventions for slack rooms: - Use dashes, not underscores, to separate words, for example "people-and-partnership" as opposed to "people_and_partnership". - If a room is especially important, you can prepend it with an underscore and it will float to the top of the list (because underscores come before any letter when sorted alphabetically). Use this sparingly, as it affecs everyone. Often, the "primary" channel for a circle will be prepended with an underscore, for example "_glassfrog" or "_people-and-partnership". (Don't fret about the mixture of underscores and dashes in the channel name, this is by design.) - For channels that have outside guests, follow this policy: https://app.glassfrog.com/policies/7938189 The recommended way to do designate a channel for outside guests is to append "-og" to the end of the room name, for example "glassfrog-api-og". - When possible, prepend the name of a topic-specific channel with the name of the circle, for example "glassfrog-bugs" or "outreach-socialmedia". This will cause the channels for a given circle to sort more easily, and make them more easy to search for. - For channels related to PT's, please use the format pct-[description], as opposed to [description]-pct. This way, all the PT-focused slack channels will stay sorted in the list. (Description can be whatever you'd like; location, month, both, etc. Specifying the exact month/day/year might reduce ambiguity.) - For channels related to badges that are specific to a person, put "badges" or "badge-comp" or whatever the convention is first, and your name last. This way, all the related channels will stay sorted in the list.

Privacy Compliance Coordinator: Guidelines for Law Enforcement Requests for Customer Data

Note: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1TynyTqXAVPHygVnS6Vl6GK4furGv1mPnJmcTzOAxXK0/

Retreat Host:

Note: Trust is Sensational A partnered trust walk around half-hill will with a bunch of different sensation objects to interact with. I would facilitate the activity and expect it to go something like this. - Meet as a group, set the container, go over guidelines - People partner off, one person wears a blindfold - We disperse and people walk their partner around bringing them to different stations where you can taste, smell, and touch different things. - After about 15 minutes we switch partners and repeat the walk around - We reconvene and debrief our experiences Hacking Flavor A cocktail party with a smorgasbord of different intense flavors. Your experience can be enhanced by consuming Miracle Berries which contain Miraculin, a substance that binds to the sweet receptors on your tongue, making sour foods taste sweet. My recommended process is to, do one round of tasting things with your normal taste intact, then eat the Miracle Berries and go around again to see the difference. Casino Night A games night where, dress up fancy and gamble with Impact Bucks (which could potentially be converted into impact points that we could spend within the org at some point). I envision enrolling different partners to deal/administer different games of chance, while other partners could mill about and lose their shirts. Slumber Party For one night, take over the downstairs of half hill and bring blankets, snacks, pillows, movies, games, etc. Whoever wants to can take up space on floors, couches and whatnot and we will all sleep together like we did when we were kids. Iron Chef Just like the show, one of our group meals would be made by at least two teams have a couple hours to prepare something deliciously random with the ingredients they are given. Karaoke Drag Night While not all of us can sing, anyone can lip sync. This would be a lip syncing talent show, where anyone can pick a song to perform to. Before performing all are welcome to join me in adorning themselves with garish outfits, makeup, wigs etc. (I will provide the costumes). There will be prizes for best dressed, most original choreography, most enthusiasm, and most out of their comfort zone.

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