Re: [802SEC] Building concensus and dominance concerns
I think an hour session on Tuesday in a Tutorial slot might be a good
I would call it 'Open Season on the Standards Process' but perhaps that
is asking for trouble.
A concept I would like to push is the concept of 'task group' or 'task
force' membership. I feel that would help a lot with potential
'dominance' and other issues.
Matthew Sherman, Ph.D.
BAE Systems - Network Systems (NS)
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Subject: [802SEC] Building concensus and dominance concerns
Paul asked me to start an email discussion on the dominance topic that
we worked on last plenary.
How did the interims go? Have you found that the discussions we had in
Is there something we should do in November to provide help? Due to
personal constraints, it will be difficult for me to have a formal
dominance tutorial ready for November, but since it seems that that the
tutorial schedule in November is going to be light, perhaps we can meet
Tuesday evening for an hour or so.
I'm also concerned about using the negative title "dominance" for this
work. In my opinion, much of the problem is due to difficulty using the
tools for concensus building and I would like to focus on the positive
aspect of improving our concensus building skills at least as much as on
the negative aspects of assessing dominance.
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