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I am awake and waiting for your counterarguments. Prandr 11:09 CEST, 14 May 2007
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Hauptautoren. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Eloquence (talk • contribs)
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Governance reform and AGF challenge
Hi! I've been reading through some of your comments on WT:Governance reform. I find hard rules and binding decisions as appealing as the next person, but I also find your arguments very compelling.
Working within a corporate hierarchy, I see first-hand the tension between being bold to get things done, and waiting for the formal decision-making process to complete. When I do employee performance reviews there are usually questions on the form about display of management skills. Non-manager employees almost always skip these questions on the grounds that they simply have zero opportunity to exercise management skills. I tell them that the true test of management skills is exercising influence over others when you don't have a manager title, or when they don't report to you. I guess this corresponds to building consensus.
I followed the link to WP:Lectures, and I'm sorry to find that I missed the session on Fill's AGF challenge. I'm sure that you're really busy, but I'd appreciate any feedback you might have on my answers. Cheers, Bovlb (talk)
Kittey was shrunk =
- Yet a lot of the things you linked to link to things that have nothing to do with the sentence in hand. For instance, "Almost" is about the "almost" in mathematics. Well I see your point, you may try to link to Wiktionary instead using [ [ wiktionary: placewordhere | placewordhere ] ] . LalalalaSta (talk) 16:38, 14 August 2014 (UTC)