"When interiewing for the new RSA Chair, one question was "Will you visit Regions and meet Fellows. Some interviewees were equivocal on the issue. Vikki was unequivocal in her commitment, and she has been as good as her word. The visit might…"
"Well, in joining such elite musicians, I'm not really in the correct league - perhaps more Conference than Premier, but I played up to 6 times per week for evangelical churches for about 20 years, and played frequently in less salubrious…"
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I am in an ongoing discussion with Don about this subject... and I feel your pain. I have taken to private discussion on this subject - with a handful of others - as I feel that the public discussion AT THIS STAGE is counterproductive in that…"
"Thanks John - very helpful. Focus on 3.
Others in DE can help (I'm a returner) but I sense that currently DE is mainly positioned as *advising* RSA staff on some or all or 2 and 3 - rather than setting anything up, or facilitating.
"David, I disagree. I'm only concerned (at the moment) with 3 and 4 - but especially 3. Until FRSAs can get these issues resolved I think going to the outside world is ambitious.
I have to believe that 1 and 2 are taken care of - and if not then…"
>The way forward, to leverage the obvious talent and enthusiasm of the FRSAs, is governance, policy and simplification.
You are, of course, absolutely right. A lot of effort has been spent on trying to achieve that clarity over the…"
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Further investigation has surfaced the fact that RSA Fellows are using just about every social tool know to (wo)man.
I don't think that there is any automatic technological solution to providing…"
"Hi Don, all - are there the following broad needs, from discussions?
1 Better hosting and signposting to welcome and guide people, on the Ning site (s) with cross-links to Linkedin etc. The usual community management functions.
2 More pro-active…"
I could respond to some of your comments, but I don't think that it would take us forward so I'll desist.
Fact is that out of 27,000 Fellows, most don't feel that they have unmet needs in this area. They are content. Many…"
"John - maybe this Ning, plus Linkedin, and Twitter are the Birds of a Feather gatherings of Fellows in various blogs, forums, groups, threads ... with some RSS-fed bulletins from other RSA events, publications and projects which are the big show.…"
>>On that basis, if I wanted to announce some project of interest that I thought other Fellows might wish to be involved with I can make my own arrangements for communication and collaboration tools - [this is not an endorsement] I…"
"David, I find that a very useful analogy, although it does seem at odds with the perceptions and voice of the issues that I have gleaned from these discussions over the last couple of weeks. The implication I had read into the discussions was that…"
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