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As a member of the COI group team, members will participate based on your diligent management and managers will facilitate the connection of AU subject-matter experts with others on topics of interest to the community. We all have full-time responsibilities, but in only a few hours a week you and your fellow COI group managers can help the AU network address issues, critique approaches and improve the intellectual foundation of proposed solutions. By spending a few minutes each day fostering and facilitating communications, group managers harness the COI’s collective wisdom and help AU discover whether COIs can spark the organizational agility called for in the AF Strategy and Future Operating Concept. We hope to maintain between two and five managers on each group’s team.
Why you would you want to be an AU COI group manager? You will:
Build, support and lead a virtual team that focuses on challenging issues
Facilitate your team’s exchange of ideas and collaborate on solutions with other experts
Develop connections that help you and others establish networks of thinkers and operators
Play a critical role in AU’s proof-of-concept experiment to create an agile organization
Responsibilities of the group management team include:
Inviting, adding, and deleting members of the group
Fostering collaboration through the use of online tools (likes, comments and ratings)
Monitoring action to guide the COI through minefields that threaten the group’s momentum
Maintaining the COI’s energy by encouraging posts and adding content to spark discussion
Working with other COI teams and the AU integration cell to establish ROE and adjust fire
Rules of Engagement (ROE) for Everyone
When commenting on someone’s Ideas, be nice.
When someone is chewing you up in the comments, be nice.
If they become personal, warn them, be nice, and then pull the abuse trigger.
Please like, comment on and rate (Stars) on comments, posts, etc., as much as possible.
When posting a discussion be prepared to be responsive, after all you started the discussion.
It’s always a good thing to welcome new members of the group and see if they need help.
Check out the support forums and How To links.
Use tags – tags categorize content for searching and ranking importance along with likes, etc.
If you develop a wiki, please be responsive to its content, and review periodically.
Check back to this document often as we will update it as we move along.
Its always a great idea to fully complete your profile. This adds to your credibility, especially with people you don’t know. You should always insert a professional profile picture, it’s one of the best ways to add to your persona as an expert. You can open the APAN
As always, if you have suggestions please let us know in the comments or contact us via the contact form.
Really a bunch of exciting and innovative stuff going on here. Please share with everyone you know.