[Community-Discuss] How to mesure performance of afrinic board
owen at delong.com
Mon Dec 21 21:50:19 UTC 2015
As a general rule, the only check and balance on a board is the voting members who can
choose to change out the board and the board itself who can (usually) remove a member
if it is necessary.
The method for measuring the effectiveness of the board is generally up to each voter
to determine for his/her self and I don’t see any reason this should be different for AfriNIC.
I think the members of AfriNIC are perfectly capable of electing the board and that
there is no reason we should dictate to them what criteria they should consider when
making their votes.
> On Dec 20, 2015, at 05:14 , Chevalier du Borg <virtual.borg at gmail.com> wrote:
> i have been thinking about this for a while. there's a triangle of
> check and balance that make this system work
> - board check and balance ceo (and staff?)
> who does check and balance on board? members only? or the community at large?
> I also like to know, what are the thing used to measure whether a
> board being effective? should we clarifie this mesures so that its
> self-evidence to everyone when board is doing good job or not? should
> we add that check and balance formally to responsabilite of governance
> committee? i belief good performance and good governance go hand in
> Borg le Chevalier
> "Common sense is what tells us the world is flat"
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