Thanks for posting this Arca, I know you have been working on this for a while, and appreciate you standing by in these times.
A few things I would like to touch on are accountability, product coverage, governance, and community.
Accountability is something that has not only lacked in Sushi, but even in our everyday society. both elected and non-elected officials have the power to create laws and structures that effect us all, and rarely feel the gravity of a poorly made decision like the average individual does. So dovetailing off of this theme, perhaps there is a way for us to provide some game theory towards ensuring that those who are in any type of hierarchal decision making positions have aligned incentives. By delivering and achieving projected targets, along with aligned behaviors that favor the protocol, there could be ways to reward these actions. Failing to do so on the other end, could have repercussions. We may find benefit in having some type of process in place to create disincentives, to deter bad behavior. Being in a hierarchal position requires great responsibility, and should be looked at as somewhat of a steward of the protocol. KPI Options have been tossed around a little bit, so could be something to look at.
In regards to product coverage, I am not sure if it is just the way the diagram has been designed, but in regards to Project Manager, I feel like one individual is not enough to cover all of the products at one time. I feel we could be more effective, productive, and provide better coverage with additional roles here.
As for governance, I think we can set up a proper cadence around how this should work. We can provide a clear outline for what to expect from inception of a proposal idea, all the way to execution after Snapshot. I will add the governance ideas into a post or another proposal soon.
On the final point of community, I will piggyback off Kakumei and echo that Community could likely be a whole section. The community needs to have a strong voice through this process and into the future of the protocol. Without having the right voice it may not inspire the community to engage, and continue to flourish. Voter share is one thing, but guiding decisions to help get there is another.
Thanks again for your continued support Arca, and I look forward to what this discussion evolves in to.