[Alac-sc-outreach] "O&E strategy 2019 v2" and "O&E suggestions"

Maureen Hilyard maureen.hilyard at gmail.com
Sat Feb 2 18:51:52 UTC 2019

Hi everyone

There are some excellent ideas coming out of this committee and I certainly
don't want you to lose sight of them.

However, from this subcommittee I need an O&E strategy and a Capacity
Building strategy so that they can be endorsed by the ALAC ideally before
we get to Kobe. While both may have communication and metrics components,
the strategies are to give the working groups some direction for the
future.  Mention of communication and metrics need only be with regards to
assisting the direction of the strategy which should be high level and not
require and specific details.

Detailed communication and metrics guidelines will be produced once we get
other priorities out of the way- and they are already included in our
Review Implementation Plan.   I also believe that we are going to have
someone from Comms attending the next ARIWG meeting - you are all welcome
to attend.

The guidelines will be provided to help working groups to develop their own
metrics based on what projects they are currently undertaking and what
outcomes they want to result from those activities - with indicators to
demonstrate that the outcome has been achieved.  This will provide
meaningful information for your report to outsiders about what has taken
place and how you know that you achieved what you set out to do.

The ATLASIII Leadership team is currently doing just that in identifying
the criteria to be used to choose our ATLAS travellers with indicators that
must demonstrate that they meet the criteria.  I cannot see the point in a
metrics group actually creating metrics for a strategy or project that they
don't own.  Their role will be to set the guidelines and to provide advice
if asked to ensure that the measures used are appropriate.

So if the O&E group can work and agree on the two strategies we need before
Kobe for endorsement by the ALAC, then we can move on to deciding what the
two groups will do and what communication approaches and measures will be
needed to demonstrate that their project objectives have been achieved.

Thank you so much for your commitment and your passion  - two important
leadership characteristics :)



On Sat, Feb 2, 2019 at 6:52 AM DANIEL NANGHAKA <dndannang at gmail.com> wrote:

> Dear Natalia,
> Thanks for your email and reaching out.
> I agree with your suggestion as the later document mainly focuses on
> communication strategy.
> As part of the O&E strategy 2019 v2, it also intends to detail how we
> conduct communication and engagement which will strongly rely on the
> communication from the comms team.
> The activities are great and they come through collaboration with the GSE
> and respective stakeholders which include and not limited to the Outreach
> and Engagement Co-chairs. Furthermore the Activity Matrix is something that
> we can develop but also feed into the calender of key events of engagement
> and this is based on the Individuals who are selected to attend or
> represent At-Large through CROP of Discretionary funds.
> I would like to take this upon as an Action Point upon dialogue through
> this mailing list.
> We shall come to the breakdown through respective Capacity building
> engagement which will target both Individuals and ALSes. The key emphasis
> is how do we enhance or build engagement in the Policy Development Process.
> That is the direction that we are going. We are not there yet but we shall
> get there.
> On Sat, 2 Feb 2019 at 17:02, Natalia Filina <filinafilka at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Dear Daniel and colleagues, hi!
>> Let me make some suggestions regarding our working process:
>> Now we have two documents for the discussion - "O&E strategy 2019 v2" and
>> "O&E suggestions". Maybe it would be more expedient if:
>> 1. To Merge these two documents.
>> 2. To create (after or during approval-time of the final version) a
>> matrix of activities indicating all of our actions and quality of
>> participation, with deadlines, responsible persons, to provide links to
>> ICANN structures with which we will cooperate on each item?
>> I think it may help us to organize and structure our work.
>> And second one:
>> Maybe within the strategy we need to make a division on OE activity
>> towards individuals and ALSs, because in general these two types of
>> audiences suppose different tools usage.
>> What do you think about it?
>> Sincerely yours,
>> Natalia Filina
>> Member of ISOC
>> Member of EURALO Individuals’ Association
>> ALAC Subcommittee on Outreach and Engagement
>>    1.
>> +7 906 722 54 61
>> Moscow,
>> Russian Federation
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