Sensible Advice
[Posted to Random Bytes on October 30, 2002 04:02 AM| Links to this post ]

Bruce Tonkin points out a very important point about what it is going to take to get a seat on the board once the ERC recommendations have been implemented: Positive, good-faith participation by individuals and organization at the bottom-most levels of the organization. Its a very simple formula that, in my mind, will provide some measure of how successful reform turns out to be. I urge everyone involved to heed Bruce's advice.

Small note to Karl - I think that Bruce was talking about individuals and organizations in a slightly different sense than what you heard. I am an individual that works within the process, the organization that I work for is also involved in the process. There are also an entire class of individuals, those that elected you, that are involved in the process.

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