[bc-gnso] ICANN staff exodus

Marilyn Cade marilynscade at hotmail.com
Mon Jul 19 12:32:02 UTC 2010

Philip, sound advice. I have already raised this topic with the CSG leadership.  I think that a letter about BC priorities -- which include a larger picture look may be a better strategy, and one that can be thoughtfully drafted, and reviewed by members. Topics I see:
Budget/Operational Plan process and actual priorities [includes but not limited to tool kit; focus on non contracted parties support, etc.]Senior staff changes and implications for work with the community of stakeholders, and in 'doing the job' due to learning curveUnderstanding and working with the business community as allies in larger eco system that affects ICANNStrengthening the understanding of the business stakeholders concerns, and interest in ICANNSSR -- the business community's commitment and role.

Marilyn CadeBC Chair

From: philip.sheppard at aim.be
To: bc-GNSO at icann.org
Subject: [bc-gnso] ICANN staff exodus
Date: Mon, 19 Jul 2010 10:17:00 +0200

I support NOT 
commenting in our proposed paper on DAG4 
paper on the recent staff exodus.
An organisation that loses much of its senior 
management team within months of the arrival of a new CEO is an organisation 
within which something is wrong.
I suggest the BC ex comm discuss whether they 
believe the BC should make a general comment or perhaps a letter on this issue (or maybe a letter just on 
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