So the last time I blogged, it was all about Christmas decorations going up at HEUG Towers and the writing of my greeting cards.. Now it all looks a little different - the decorations and cards have gone and I'm sitting in a rather bare room surrounded by boxes as I prepare to leave HEUG Towers
The Communications Committee has had an exciting year this year. Much of the work we've done is visible -- like our social network project and our regular newsletter -- but a few things that have been in the works all year have not yet hit prime time.
I am always amazed to watch transitions in progress, particularly in organizations that understand their overall mission and goals. Good transition is much like the choreography during a relay race, watching a runner pass the baton to the next leg with with a smoothness that belies the speed at whi
I have been spending a bit of time lately writing the Communications section for the HEUG Annual Report (due to be posted around the time of the Alliance Conference). It has been a good opportunity to take a look back over the year and think about what we have accomplished and where we are headed.
Please take a few minutes to consider nominating one of your peers for the 2010 HEUG Service Award. HEUG depends on the service of over 1000 volunteers a year. This award was established to recognize the contributions of one volunteer per year who embodies the qualities outlined in the requirements