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The Importance of Teaming

“Teaming is a verb. It is a dynamic activity, not a bounded, static entity. It is largely determined by the mindset and practices of teamwork, not by the design and structures of effective teams. Teaming is teamwork on the fly. It involves coordinating and collaborating without the benefit of stable team structures, because many operations like hospitals, power plants, and military installations require a level of staffing flexibility that makes stable team composition rare. In a growing number of organizations, the constantly shifting nature of work means that many teams disband almost as soon as they’ve formed. You could be working on one team right now, but in a few days, or even a few minutes, you may be on another team.”

look to your left

look to your right

to team up

build the future

smart green city

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via The Importance of Teaming

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what is the common law?

consistent principled rules so that similar facts will yield similar results, lies at the heart of all common law systems.[9]

via Common law – Wikipedia

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Joning the conversation

 

Musing of a disabled artist living in downtown, Kingston, Ontario,

where one wishes, that things would work more than they do, there is room to pause and think. I know a few more of the pitfalls to making an art career.  Cautiously, it may be early to make such a claim but it seems my goals are tied to being or artist. And so I am venturing off into the wide world of grant writing. I have my work to do along this uncertain pathway. I hope you will join me sometimes to see what I’ve figured out.

 Context/history:

I’ve been down and out with my disability for a couple of years, art production wise. Still, i power on fearce and more focused. And arguably,increasing hope and joy. Unprecedented.

This year, The Arts and Equity Project has spurred me through the winter in hopes of spring.

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New Work includes:

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following and finding a way to participate in the 68th Session of the United Nations General Assembly which will focus us on: developing access for disability resources

Meetings – 68th Session of the UN General Assembly – Disability and Development – Resources

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The BC Archives has an extensive and varied collection of sound recordings, including cylinders, audio discs, tape reels, cassettes and compact discs.The collection includes almost 13,000 recordings, 75 per cent of which are described online.

via Film, Video and Sound Recordings | Royal BC Museum