under communism, all performance reviews will be replaced with ongoing peer to peer feedback that takes the form of a conversation between two equals on how to achieve shared goals as opposed to a judgement from on high
@pbandkate This is brilliant! Improvement without power imbalance.
@kaydan yeah tbh this is just what everyone should be doing now lol
@pbandkate only flaw i can see in this is like... yknow how sometimes you have a flatmate who doesnt do dishes? something like that
@pbandkate this is it chief
@pbandkate kate would you mind if i posted an excerpt from a book specifically about an attempt to do this in China
@feminineforms omg please do!!!
@pbandkate from William Hinton's "Turning point in China"
@pbandkate sorry the quality is a little bad I just took the pictures with my phone
@feminineforms i fucking love this, thank you for sharing, this is really great and interesting.
@pbandkate !!! Very happy to share!! I have an e-book by Bettelheim about Industrial organization in china specifically that I should actually read soon that seems to be along these lines!
@feminineforms i also think what i like about this on like, a macro level, is the idea of actually thinking critically about how people give and receive feedback and allowing those systems of feedback to change as the needs of the group change instead of just deciding "this is the system"
@pbandkate yes! the system evolves depending on the needs of the collective and how the actual collective responds to the system -- there's no dogmatism about it
@feminineforms *galaxy brain but its actually really obvious and simple voice* what if,, instead of working for the system...., the system worked for us
@feminineforms Yo, where'd you find that ebook?
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