Thanks for positive feedback on the article. I am glad this approach made sense and that many of you will use it.
@Robert Monk, I think you raise a very important point. It is something we think about and we try not to get ourselves caught in an echo chamber. We will put some thought into ways to further one of our goals of working with a diverse group of thinkers and actors when applying the AMP Score. Polarization is definitely not the end game.
Building bridges and finding common ground are aspirations of our work. One of our projects is the Junto and the stated goal is to work “towards a more thoughtful world.” Hopefully that includes bringing people together, listening to each other, and sharing what we learn as we go. It is the focus of the Junto Retreat that is coming up in September.
Hopefully we can continue the conversation in person then!