Changes between Version 4 and Version 5 of projects/leadership-committee/structure


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Feb 7, 2013, 2:37:40 PM (7 years ago)
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Daniel Kahn Gillmor
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    2 = Structure =
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     3= MF/PL's Organizational Structure =
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    45== Membership ==
     
    1314 * The membership elects the new Leadership Committee to implement these goals
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    15 ''Decision making process:'' The membership meeting votes for leadership committee members from a selection of nominated candidates with the top 15 vote getters filling the leadership committee. A quorum equal to 10% of total membership is required for the vote to be valid. Broad goals are collaboratively chosen by participating members in a fashion decided on by the outgoing Leadership Committee (e.g. collaborative democracy workshop).
     16=== Decision making process ===
     17The membership meeting votes for leadership committee members from a selection of nominated candidates with the top 15 vote getters filling the leadership committee. A quorum equal to 10% of total membership is required for the vote to be valid. Broad goals are collaboratively chosen by participating members in a fashion decided on by the outgoing Leadership Committee (e.g. collaborative democracy workshop).
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    17 == The Leadership Committee ==
     19== Leadership Committee ==
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    19 The Leadership committee meets face-to-face once a year, schedules phone calls as needed, and communicates by private email list.
     21The Leadership committee meets face-to-face once a year, schedules phone calls as needed, and communicates by [https://lists.mayfirst.org/mailman/listinfo/leadership_committee private email list].
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    2123The Leadership Committee's responsibilities are to:
     
    2830 * stop any staff activities or work that is deemed to be inconsistent with the mandate of the LC
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    30 ''Decision making process:''
     32=== Decision making process ===
    3133
    32 === Proposals ===
     34==== Proposals ====
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    3436 * Submission: Any leadership committee member can submit proposals to the full LC for approval. All proposals must have at least one LC member as a sponsor. Proposals may be submitted for a decision at the annual leadership committee meeting or by email sent to the LC email list.
    3537 * Content: Proposals should include a brief description of the program, a estimate of resources that will be required to implement it, and a deadline for votes which must be a minimum of 72 hours after the proposal has been circulated to the LC.
    3638 * Delays: Any LC member can delay a vote up to 5 days with a request for further discussion, either by email or by phone call, however, only one delay may be requested per proposal.
    37  * Ammendments: LC members may proposed modifications to any proposal. The proposal sponsor can decide whether or not to adopt them. Any proposal that is modified resets the 72 hour deadline for votes.
     39 * Amendments: LC members may proposed modifications to any proposal. The proposal sponsor can decide whether or not to adopt them. Any proposal that is modified resets the 72 hour deadline for votes.
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    39 === Voting ===
     41==== Voting ====
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    4143 * Quorum: The Leadership Committee requires a quorum of 50% for decisions to be valid.
    4244 * Process: Votes may be made by email, phone, or in person. A good-faith attempt will always be made to reach unanimity. If the LC is not unanimous, then proposals must be approved by more than 2/3 of the leadership committee members who vote. Abstentions are allowed and count toward quorum.
    4345 * Timing: Proposals are considered approved if 2/3 of the LC members approve it or if 2/3 of quorum approve it by the end of the vote deadline. If neither condition is met, then the proposal is not approved.
    44  * Re-submission: proposals that fail due to lack of quorum may be re-submitted un-changed. Proposals not approved due to lack of votes may be re-submitted only if changes are made. 
     46 * Re-submission: proposals that fail due to lack of quorum may be re-submitted unchanged. Proposals not approved due to lack of votes may be re-submitted only if changes are made. 
    4547
    46 === Criteria ===
     48==== Criteria ====
    4749
    4850Approval is given by the LC based on whether the proposal carries out the goals identified by the membership and whether available resources will permit it's proper implementation.
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    50 === Participation ===
     52==== Participation ====
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    5254Staff members are expected to attend and participate in LC face-to-face meetings, email discussion and phone calls, but only LC members may vote. Other MFPL members may attend LC face-to-face meetings but not participate. Any LC member may request a private session restricted to just LC members to discuss sensitive topics (such as personnel).
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    54 == The Staff ==
     56== Staff ==
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    5658MFPL staff make themselves available on regular, weekly basis to perform labor for the organization and participate in weekly staff meetings. Staff may be volunteers or be paid.
     
    7173The staff may create teams to help accomplish its tasks (e.g. the support team) which may include members not on the staff. Every staff team must have at least one staff member.
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    73 ''Decision making process:'' The staff makes decision by consensus. If consensus cannot be reached, the LC appointed director(s) makes a final decision. The director(s) are ultimately accountable to the LC for staff decisions.
     75=== Decision making process ===
     76The staff makes decision by consensus. If consensus cannot be reached, the LC appointed director(s) makes a final decision. The director(s) are ultimately accountable to the LC for staff decisions.