Scalably using labour

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The EA movement's ability to Scalably involving peoplescalably use labour is a category of discussion around how good or bad EA is atrefers to its ability to efficiently allocatingallocate many people to valuable work, how good or bad EA is at recommendingwork and to recommend valuable actions large segments of the population could take,take. There have been discussions within EA about the movement's strengths and weaknesses on those fronts, the consequences of EA's strengths or weaknesses on those fronts,that, how to improve, and how this all might change as EA grows.

Other related ideas include the claims that EA is vetting-constrained or that some of the major bottlenecks the EA movement currently faces are related to organizational capacity, infrastructure, and management (Todd, 2020).

Other related ideas include the claims that EA is vetting-constrained or that the major bottlenecks currently are related to organizational capacity, infrastructure, and management (Todd, 2020).

Bibliography

Benjamin Todd on what the effective altruism community most needs

Scalably Involving Peopleinvolving people is a category of discussion around how good or bad EA is at efficiently allocating many people to valuable work, how good or bad EA is at recommending valuable actions large segments of the population could take, the consequences of EA's strengths or weaknesses on those fronts, how to improve, and how this all might change as EA grows.

There are often discussionsScalably Involving People is a category of discussion around how good or bad EA is at efficiently allocating many people to valuable work, how good or bad EA is at recommending valuable actions large segments of the population could take, the consequences of EA's strengths or weaknesses on those fronts, how to improve, and how this all might change as EA grows.

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