Y’all got the email about applying for the Fall 2011 Reinvention Task Forces yesterday.
I’m not here to question the application process or to sling mud (per PhiloDave’s TKP post).
What I am here to ask is how will a new set of task force members be beneficial to what the current task force members have accomplished or are in the process of completing? I’m no research specialist, but I do knows that it takes time to determine what to research, then conduct the research, then complete the research.
Are the folks at District implying that all the current task force members will be done with their tasks by May? Seriously? I thought research took time.? Lots o’ time. Perhaps there will be a small group of Spring task force members staying on to assist Fall task force members? I donts know. That’s why I ask.
Per the email, “Next semester, new task force teams will develop improvement initiatives as well as implement Spring 2011 recommendations…”
Riddle me this, how can new members implement what old members had in mind? Will current members leave behind stick notes in the cubicles?
This whole thingamajiggy is analogous to hiring a new chancellor (and vice chancellors) in the Fall to complete the Reinvention process.
Am I wrong?
What do the current task force members have to say ’bout dat?