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1...Bill will explain to Sherrill the need to read the NWO paper and to
PMI Event Program, Proposal
Contract/Charter, Buy In, Shared Vision
Theme, Agenda, Schedule, Speakers
Brusman, Dr. Maynard
0906 - ..
0907 - Summary/Objective
090801 - Followed up work at ref SDS 13 line 70, ref SDS 10 line 162, SDS 21
090802 - line 253 and ref SDS 4 line 353.
0911 - Progress
091201 - We reviewed the discussion with Morris last night, and some background
091202 - on the ideas of Peter Drucker, ref SDS 5 line 268, submitted to Morris
091203 - at ref SDS 7 line 54.
091205 - We examined the Brusman scope to see what parts someone else can do,
091206 - ref SDS 1 line 166, ref SDS 1 line 253, line 3101/02/95/11/17/102151.HTM#xx"
ref SDS 1 091207 - line 371, and whether Brusman should be dropped, per ref DIP 1 line >
091208 - 44, submitted yesterday at ref SDS 12 line 193.
091210 - I advised of the message yesterday from Dr. Brusman, indicating he
091211 - was expecting to receive confirmation of his appearance. He said
091212 - he has had to cancel several opportunities to keep Asilomar open.
091213 - I asked if Bill wants me to tell Brusman we will not use him?
091215 - Bill seemed to indicate that apart from finding Dr. Brusman's
091216 - video unexciting, he has no strong objection. Since we have not
091217 - heard from any of the speakers who might replace Brusman, nor
091218 - determined their capacity to make the points on psychology to
091219 - supplement the legal presentation by Buoncristiani, then it is not
091220 - prudent to cancel Brusman. The main concern is financial, per
091221 - below analysis.
091223 - [See follow up call to Dr. Brusman, ref SDS 17 line 53.]
091226 - We reviewed the titles of the presentations at ref SDS 2 line 75.
091229 - New World Order paper
091231 - Bill will explain to Sherrill the need to read the NWO paper and to
091232 - qualify other speakers, since the other speakers have all read it and
091233 - agreed to come and speak on those ideas, per my letter to Bill at ref
091234 - DIP 1 line 46, issued at ref SDS 12 line 132.
091236 - [See follow up at ref SDS 18 line 84.]
PMI Event Program, Proposal
Sponsor Financial Support Speakers
1306 - Summary/Objective
130701 - Bill feels Ahmet does not want to pay some of the speakers honorarium
130702 - and not pays others. Upon discussion, this seems to amount to a
130703 - feeling of not wanting to pay anyone honoraiums.
130705 - Bill will review with Sherrill the advantages of our speakers and so
130706 - why it is necessary to pay them, in order to engage Sherrill's support
130707 - in explaining Ahmet why we want to use these people. He will also
130708 - develop attendance cost/income tables to show the rates we need to
130709 - charge in order to pay for the speaker slate, and how much financial
130710 - support we need to make up any shortfall.
130712 - What we are actually doing is providing various people and
130713 - organizations an opportunity to support the introduction to the next
130714 - step in the march of civilization, or stated another way, in the
130715 - evolution of knowledge tools. Some people we are asking to contribute
130716 - funds because they and their organizations will benefit.
130718 - Certain speakers are less amenable to being helped than others, at
130719 - least according to their credentials. These certain speakers lend
130720 - weight, credibility and prestiege to the event which in turn makes it
130721 - attractive for certain other speakers to contribute funds, so they can
130722 - hear the case made for effective change, for reengineering the
130723 - practice of management. To insist all speakers receive honorarium
130724 - would be for some speakers who are actually contrubiting funds, to
130725 - take money from their left pocket and put in their right pocket.
130726 - Thus, the matter of who is to receive honoraium must be based on a
130727 - case by case analysis.
130729 - The weight, credibility and prestiege of certain speakers further
130730 - increases attendance so we can afford to pay them an honorarium. The
130731 - speaker committee must make judgements about who is a draw and who is
130732 - not, and how important and unique the message is for the event, and
130733 - the benefit to the attendees.
Configure for Bill's home
Reports would not run
Cannot Open Docs when SDS opened with F3
Change location of SDS files
1808 - Summary/Objective
180901 - Followed up work at ref SDS 8 line 627.
180904 - Fixed Problem of Doc Log Report Not Working
180906 - We discovered today the problem he has been having using the Doc Log
180907 - is that the c: sd 01 directory was not in the path statement of his
180908 - autoexec.bat. We fixed this.
180911 - Cannot Open Documents from Doc Log, SDS records
180913 - Another problem is that when SDS is opened with the F3 function, it
180914 - blocks opening files and documents from within SDS. This is either an
180915 - SDS coding problem or an Medit problem.
180917 - [See solution at ref SDS 16 line 134.]
180920 - Convert to Development Code
180922 - Bill wants to convert to the SDS development drive system, so he has
180923 - more room on c.
180925 - I will send the SDS program files to do this and then he need merely
180926 - transfer the files.
180929 - Subject Index
180931 - Today I created a separate SI for Bill DeHart. Previously, I had been
180932 - using the PG&E accounts which have a section for supporting Bill's
180933 - home computer. For prior history we need to use the PG&E accounts
180934 - but as of today, will use only Bill's new misc. small job SI.
180937 - To support Bill's decision to transfer his records, I zipped the files
180938 - that are impacted by the directory from c: sd 01. I removed the
180939 - development macros from sd 03, and zipped the remaining files. What I
180940 - am not sure of is what files he needs from 01 02. I think he should
180941 - not need any, because they should all be in his sd 01 directory.
180944 - Directory structure
180946 - I prepared a separate file and included in the zip file for sd 10,
180947 - that explains where the various directories go.
180949 - Bill
180951 - Here is where the directories belong for the changes you have in
180952 - mind:
180954 - c: sd 01 Install from Welch and delete on c:
180955 - c: sd 10 nul, default log on directory
180956 - c: sd 03 Install from Welch and delete on c:
180958 - d: sd 08 transfer from c:
180960 - e: sd 08 00000 special for composite data base pointers
180961 - long term reports. Create this file as
180962 - follows:
180964 - xcopy c:\sd\08\00000\*.* e:\sd\08\00000\ /s
180966 - f: 02 transfer from c:
180967 - f: 03 transfer from c:
180968 - f: 04 transfer from c:
180970 - h: sd 04 Install from Welch and delete on c:
180971 - h: sd 05 Install from Welch and delete on c:
180972 - h: sd 06 transfer from c:
180973 - h: sd 07 " " "
180974 - h: sd 09 " " "
180977 - You will need about 10 MB on the e: drive to store the composite
180978 - data base pointers for when you call a subject/document/reference
180979 - report for more than 3 or 4 months.
1904 - Summary/Objective
190501 - Bill asked how to specify diaries for more than 15 days back. We
190502 - looked at the main menu and it did not have good explanation.
190504 - [See follow up to improve Help, ref SDS 15 line 73.]
190506 - I showed him how to specify a custom diary.
190508 - It appears he is not doing subject searches or action item searches.