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MESSAGE
DATE 2005-01-19
FROM Ruben Safir
SUBJECT RE: [hangout] Staff Development and Organizational Capacity

> They are asking for exchange functionality. I'd like to set them up with Linux,
> but since it would be my first time, I'd like it if someone could give me a hand.

Welcome the the NYLXS mailing list. There are a few things to consider
with regard to setting up a system with exchange functionality.
Exchange is not secure and its biggest functionality is as a spam trap
and a security hole for the Microsoft OS. It should not be emulated
although there is a product called connector which can emulate exchange.

Instead, a real groupware server should be installed. There are many
including some web based programs which are clearly superior in almost
every way to exchange. PHPgroupware is one that comes to mind, but far
from my favorite.

If you need someone to help, you'll have to make an arraignment with
someone individually or hire someone through the Free Software Chamber
of Commerce.

> I'd go for the experience while the person who helps could either take the money
> or donate it to NYLXS. I'm sure this is trivial for many of you, but perhaps the
> money is needed/wanted, and I'm sure the experience I would get would be invaluable
> to me and would put me in a better position to support NYLXS in the future.

As per the financial considerations, see the above. NYLXS Membership is
$40 plus 20 volunteer hours per quarter.

For experience and education, I strongly recommend the Free SOftware
Institution classes. They give the best background of any program
available for people entering the GNU/Linux field. Be aware, that a
windows background does not prepare you for real computing understanding
and especially GNU/Linux background. If anything, it hinders the
development of skills and the Windows OS encourages dependency in this
fashion as a business goal. Free Software encourages understanding and
independence as the communities goal. As such, it is a different,
almost academic approach and software usage model which encourages
understanding and learning all through the life cycle of the end user
(which is everyone: everyone is an end user).

>
> Also, would this be a poor place to ask questions about C programming?
>
You can ask C programming questions. I caution you that IMO, C and
programming in general requires formal learning. There are a lot of bad
programs out there written by self taught programmers and they reflect
this in their functionality and code.

Ruben

> Behalf Of Ruben Safir
> Sent: Tuesday, January 11, 2005 12:09 PM
> To: Evan Inker
> Cc: hangout-at-nylxs.com
> Subject: Re: [hangout] Staff Development and Organizational Capacity
>
>
>
> We need new people who believe in our mission. Until we get past that,
> we have considerable problems.
>
> Ruben
>
> On Tue, 2005-01-11 at 11:34, Inker, Evan wrote:
> > Interesting Article on what is needed for a Non-Profit Staff to
> > succeed in carrying out Non-Profit Day to Day Activities.....
> > I think the areas where NYLXS as a whole needs work is in the
> > following areas:
> > (1) Require personal responsibility and accountability, (2) Self
> > Management, (3) Self-Motivated Continuous Learning, and (4)
> > Teamwork...
> >
> >
> > Staff Development and Organizational Capacity
> > http://www.nonprofitbasics.org/TopicAreaPreferredPractices.aspx?ID=6&A=1
> >
> > Preferred Practices are quick tips for successful nonprofit management
> > that have been recommended by university faculty, nonprofit staff and
> > foundation leaders.
> >
> > Encourage expanded staff activity. If staff meet or exceed present job
> > expectations, challenge them to describe a project or area of activity
> > that they would enjoy and involves expanded responsibility in terms of
> > the acquisition of new personal and/or professional skills. Adapted
> > From: Empowerment for High Performing Organizations by William A.
> > Guillory and Linda A. Galindo
> > Minimize organizational hierarchy. Hierarchical environments support a
> > line-of-authority system and discourage cross-functional teams that
> > focus on clients and services; base influence and authority on
> > demonstrated competence, performance, and an ability to manage
> > oneself, rather than solely on power position. Adapted From:
> > Empowerment for High Performing Organizations by William A. Guillory
> > and Linda A. Galindo
> > Encourage personal growth. Personal growth and professional
> > development are a way of life in successful organizations; this
> > involves goal setting and achievement, which continually drives the
> > enhanced capability of employees. Adapted From: Empowerment for High
> > Performing Organizations by William A. Guillory and Linda A. Galindo
> > Highly involve staff. In high-involvement organizations, employees
> > must assume responsibility, authority and accountability for
> > understanding and ensuring the successful production of a whole aspect
> > of work; the more employees are involved in designing and controlling
> > their work functions, the more productively and efficiently the
> > organization will operate. Adapted From: Empowerment for High
> > Performing Organizations by William A. Guillory and Linda A. Galindo
> > Understand that people are an organization's most valuable resource.
> > The people who comprise an organization determine the manner in which
> > a management system operates; the development, utilization, and
> > retention of creative and innovative employees will determine the
> > survival of an organization. Adapted From: Empowerment for High
> > Performing Organizations by William A. Guillory and Linda A. Galindo
> > Encourage self-management. With coaching and mentoring, employees can
> > be given the responsibility of organizing priorities and working
> > independently; management does not disappear, but is passed on to the
> > employee. Adapted From: Empowerment for High Performing Organizations
> > by William A. Guillory and Linda A. Galindo
> > Accept Change. Effectiveness requires adopting a mindset that rapid
> > change is a way of life; an employee's role may continuously change
> > function with changes in client needs and the occurrence of
> > unpredictable events. Adapted From: Empowerment for High Performing
> > Organizations by William A. Guillory and Linda A. Galindo
> > Engage staff in teamwork. Teamwork can add efficiency, effectiveness
> > and creativity to a project, but requires a shift in focus from
> > self-interest to an expanded perspective that involves a balance of
> > synergistic group interdependence and the full expression of
> > individual excellence. Adapted From: Empowerment for High Performing
> > Organizations by William A. Guillory and Linda A. Galindo
> > Encourage self-motivated continuous learning. Continuous learning is a
> > necessity to staff and can add greatly to their value within the
> > organization; this learning can range from formal seminar and course
> > participation to informal inquiry relating to the organization
> > programs and participants. Adapted From: Empowerment for High
> > Performing Organizations by William A. Guillory and Linda A. Galindo
> > Challenge the performance of staff. Success within an organization
> > occurs when individuals move beyond self-imposed limitations about
> > their capabilities to perform; the greatest challenge we face in
> > expanding our performance is not in learning about what we should or
> > should not be required to do, but in what we need to learn and change
> > for the organization to be more successful. Adapted From: Empowerment
> > for High Performing Organizations by William A. Guillory and Linda A.
> > Galindo
> > Require personal responsibility and accountability. In order for
> > expanded responsible delegation to occur, employees need to assume
> > greater charge of their work tasks by planning with care and
> > knowledge, anticipating pitfalls, and designing solutions in advance.
> > Adapted From: Empowerment for High Performing Organizations by William
> > A. Guillory and Linda A. Galindo
> >
> >
> >
> >
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