This issue is about amorphous organization, an example of which is the Yak Collective. Membership of an amorphous organization is continuous, not binary (as it would be in a conventional organization)—this has interesting implications for how the organization works and is designed, especially in terms of hiring.
Compared to conventional organizations, amorphous organizations are:
My take: Amorphous organizations that survive long-term are likely to be inefficient but adaptable to uncertainty. They'll have a small, tight, highly committed, high-quality core of less-diverse participants surrounded by a large, diffuse cloud of uncertain-commitment, uncertain-quality, more-diverse participants.
You can find it here: #31: Alternative sociality