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Before we really start, I think we should do some meta work to determine the roles, process and topics.
- discussion is needed to share each members' expertise, decide roles
- reading fact base and problem set, discussion and decide the the research plan
- research work (investigations, online survey, interviews, etc...)
- draft report
- finalize report
--Mountain 03:09, 14 October 2009 (UTC)
I'm very pleased to see this task force up and going! It looks like you're starting off with some tremendous research. I know that Sarah (from Bridgespan) and I will be watching with interest. In the discussion of "roles", I encourage you to 're-imagine' the list; if there are roles that aren't necessary, don't feel you have to fill them. If I missed something, add it. If you don't need any of them, don't feel you must. This internal skills-inventory should be driven by what you need as a group, not by what I think you might some day need. You can always change it later!
Is there a need for the Role of an Editor to make the final articles sound more like "Standard Business English"? At this time, my Chinese may not be strong enough to compare Chinese wikis but it is strong enough to make a few final Articles in English sound smoother and more fluent, especially after revision and discussion.