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At 1:22pm on September 24, 2008, Grégory Fruchet said…
Thanks John for your reply, I have just orderd your book.

Grégory Fruchet
At 6:12pm on September 17, 2008, Rob Duncan said…
Hi John,

Thanks for the interest in my book. I will get one off to you right away. I was impressed to see how many books you and your partner have authored! Cheers..
At 6:18am on August 26, 2008, Gary Lim said…
Hello John,

It is a pleasure to see you at this website. I just returned from an assignment in China, where I had the opportunity to stay in Beijing and soak in the Olympic atmosphere. See you in SCIP09 in Chicago.
At 12:55pm on August 8, 2008, Arthur Weiss said…
Well - I like the AIIP model, where the board's role is to coordinate multiple committees that are responsible for the different aspects of AIIP. AIIP is much smaller. I suspect that they have more members involved - as volunteering is part of the ethos.

It's also highly democratic. Each annual conference includes an AGM where members have the chance to vote on the budget, and approve / reject board member submissions on the prior year plus plans for future years.

Volunteers are also not quite press-ganged into joining up but if you have a skill or express an interest, you are "invited" to join- and as it's shared by many, the actual workload for most people is low.
At 5:27pm on August 7, 2008, Arthur Weiss said…
Well maybe I've been too vociferous. I've had one private email saying to put up or shut up, and suggesting I stand for the board. Trouble is I'm not sure that I want that. Sometimes it's good to be on the inside but in this case, I'm not convinced. I think that there are a lot of people who are happy with the way things are going, or can't be bothered either way. I suspect that on the board I'd feel emasculated - as I'd be a lone voice of criticism. Not totally sure though. (I know what Sheila Wright thinks, but I'm not Sheila).
 
 
 

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