Re: Question to all candidates: rotation on positions of power
On Wed, 23 Mar 2022 21:51:44 +0900
Charles Plessy <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I expect a term limit to increase rotation on the positions of power,
> with the following benefits:
> - reduce the risk of burn-out of the delegates,
> - motivate fresh people to have the ambition to serve in these
> positions, because it becomes predictable when driving seats become
> - motivate the current delegates to put their own replacement as part
> of their planning, making us more resilient to sudden (or chronic)
> - increase the chances that those of us who keep a strong involvement
> over many years diversify their experience, knitting our different
> subgroups into a more harmonious society.
> - increase our chances that challenging ideas accepted.
Okay, thank you. I agree with all of above.
> In brief, everything good (and everything bad) that "more turnover" is
> expected to bring in most of social structures where we evolve outside
"Mixing" people is necessary to maintain its organization.
And don't forget, "just only limiting" is not mixing. With "fresh blood"
is what we want :) Then we need more information about current status
of those works, we ask them to give "bits from" mails.
Hideki Yamane <email@example.com>