[consulting] List Mom Policies
sechrest at jas.peak.org
Wed Mar 15 22:12:02 UTC 2006
Dan Robinson <dan at civicactions.com> writes:
% ultimately a list lives or dies by how useful it is to people.
% wouldn't get too crazy regarding rules and regulations. Publish the
% Mission, publish a short list of do's and don'ts.
Right. Just did that.
% Gently push
% conversations that don't belong here off the list (explain when and
% why). Use off-list communication to coach list participants.
Yes, already happening.
% In the list of specific "dont's" you have:
% You could summarize by saying - "Don't use this list for anything that
% another list has already been set up to handle".
Yes, but we wanted to be explicit.
% I don't understand the "Pricing" issue?
It is illegal to have different businesses talking to each other
setting prices in the US. If we have a list discussion
between consulting companies which ends up being a price setting
exercise, then we are in trouble.
John Sechrest . Helping people use
. computers and the Internet
. more effectively
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