On the Vision thing -
There is a leadership vision, and an organizational/movement vision.
The leader should articulate theirs. The organizational one needs to come from
everyone but would likely be articulated by the ED after that process.
George William Herbert
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> On Feb 26, 2016, at 4:58 PM, Greg Grossmeier <g...@wikimedia.org> wrote:
> <quote name="Yuri Astrakhan" date="2016-02-27" time="03:45:28 +0300">
>> Greg, agree 100%, but that's not how I understood the question and the
>> results of the staff survey. It seemed the staff expected the vision from
>> the ED/Management.
> I think you're misinterpreting.
> The agree/disagree statement was:
> "Senior leadership at Wikimedia have communicated a vision that
> motivates me" (7% agree)
> See also, this quote in glassdoor, quoted in the Signpost as well:
> "The Executive Director unveils a new strategy every three months or
> So, it's not that people wanted the vision solely from the
> ED/Management, it's that they wanted a not constantly changing one.
> This is getting off topic, however.
> The point is, a vision does not need to come from one person, which you
> agree with. A good vision comes from many people working together
> collaboratively. Then sticking with it to see it through. Consistency is
> needed in an ED.
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