There are opportunities for smooth cooperation when multiple organisations
exchange people in their advisory boards or boards. It cements the relation
and provides for informal contacts that helps smooth the rough edges in the
mutual business practices. High level contacts definetly help mutual
strategies in a similar way that lower level contacts help mutual practices.
In other words, there are two sides to that coin.
On Dec 19, 2007 7:14 PM, Thomas Dalton <thomas.dalton(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 19/12/2007, Nathan Awrich <nawrich(a)gmail.com>
Out of curiosity, how does Erik serving on other
even of related organizations (assuming they are unpaid positions), an
issue that is included in transparency regarding WMF? It would seem to
be a personal choice that doesn't affect his performance as a WMF
There are potential conflicts of interest when someone has a
connection with multiple organisation, especially ones that could
conceivably do business together.
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