[arin-ppml] ARIN Board members
Marla.Azinger at FTR.com
Mon Oct 5 15:10:15 EDT 2015
I agree with this concern (and have shared it for some time now) and support trying to come up with a way to measure effectiveness of individuals on the BOT.
This particular idea could be carried out in text as well. Video is entertaining for analysis reasons but text would be simple.
From: arin-ppml-bounces at arin.net [mailto:arin-ppml-bounces at arin.net] On Behalf Of David Huberman
Sent: Wednesday, July 22, 2015 10:29 AM
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Subject: Re: [arin-ppml] ARIN Board members
> I wasn’t criticizing your suggestion, I’m sure the current process can
> be improved (and this is a great time to do so, since we’re right at
> the beginning of the nomcom process for this year). I just wanted to
> try to get the gist of what you felt needed to be prioritized.
So picture a video (+transcript). David sits down in front of a camera and talks with Bill Woodcock, incumbent BoT member who is running for re-election. We have a talk for about 30 minutes on a wide range of issues, including things like:
- what have you accomplished over your current term on the Board?
- what needs to improve that you're willing to drive?
- what are your key deliverables for the next term you're running for? How will we measure those deliverables, and whether you succeeded or failed?
There's also talk about the Board in general, ARIN in general, and our future -- some along the lines of what's in the questionnaire today, but in a freer environment where there's more back and forth about the answers that are given.
Would that be helpful if such a video(+transcript) series existed?
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