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  • 日期:2014年3月1日(星期六)~3月2日(星期日)。
  • 地址:56-64 Leonard Street, London, EC2A 4LT。
  • 费用:注冊费£50(包括午餐和晚餐),住宿费每晚£120。
  • 注册:现已開放:https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/board-training-workshop-tickets-8850487045
  • 補助金: 僅有(有限)的補助預算。如果你希望參加但貴組織沒有旅行/訓練的預算,請在註冊時留下備註,我們便會確認有沒有機會提供您補助。補助金將會包含旅費、註冊費以及住宿費用。
  • 有任何问题:请联络Richard Nevell通过英国維基媒體分会电邮(richard.nevell(_AT_)wikimedia.org.uk)。组织此次工作坊的成员有:Markus Glaser (德國分會WMDE)、Chris Keating (英國分會WMUK Board)、Michał "Aegis Maelstrom" Buczyński (波蘭分會WMPL)和Claudia Garad (奧地利分會執行長WMAT Executive Director)。





  • 午後5點:自由出席-文化活動。
  • 晚間7:30晚餐。
  • 早上9點:會面/註冊
  • 9.30am: 歡迎式
  • 9.40am: 行政事項宣布
  • 9.45am: 破冰活動
  • 10am: 組織治理(I)
    本議程由Keith Smith主持 / Delphine Ménard、Mike Hudson兩位為與談夥伴
    This session will cover the principles and practice of governance. Compass Partnership are a leading UK governance consultancy who provide advice and training to a wide range of charities. They were commissioned to lead Wikimedia UK's governance review, and have a good knowledge of the Wikimedia movement from that. Key questions we will cover include:
    • "What is the role of the Board, how does governance work, and how should a Board think about its own performance?"
    • "How do the roles of Board members and staff differ, and how do you make professional relationships with your staff?"
  • 1pm: 午餐(在會場中使用)
  • 2pm: 組織治理議題(續)
  • 4pm: 下午茶
  • 4.30pm: “What is the role of Chapters in the Wikimedia movement?”.
    Over the course of the past months, Nicole Ebber and Kira Kraemer from Wikimedia Deutschland conducted an extensive interview tour among all 40 Chapters and their stakeholders, under the name “Chapters Dialogue”. In this session, they will present a preliminary selection of important insights from their research. The presentation is followed by a discussion among the participants about possible developments, responsibilities and next steps. (The official presentation of the “state of the movement” will be ready and held during Wikimedia Conference in April 2014.)
  • 7.30pm: Dinner (Group dinner to be arranged).
Sunday 2 March
  • 9.30am–1pm: Strategy, planning and evaluation (I).
    This session will be led by Dariusz Jemielniak (FDC Chair and Associate Professor of Management) and Jessie Wild (WMF Senior Manager, Learning and Evaluation), with the participation of Delphine Ménard. The aim of the session is to cover the role of the Board in defining strategy and measuring your organisation's work. Key questions include:
    • “How does your board make strategy, plan, and evaluate your organisation's work?”
    • “Best practices in strategic planning.”
    • “Understanding the relations between the organizational domain, strategic advantage, goals, functional programs, and mission.”
    • “Why are SMART goals useful?”[1]
  • 下午1~2点:午餐(应该是在户外)。
  • 2pm–3pm: Strategy, planning and evaluation (II).
    Session continues.
  • 3.30pm–5pm: “What are my expectations of being a board member and how can I avoid burnout?”
    Facilitated by Sandra Rientjes (ED, WMNL).
    Resource: link to WMF Board Handbook
  • 下午5點–5點30分:致謝(?)、下一步驟、評估。


  • Information about the March 2014 workshop
  • There will be 20 places for people who are board members of chapters / thematic orgs. There will be a maximum of two per chapter, on a first come first served basis. Places are strictly limited.
  • Please note that unlike a conference, all delegates are expected to attend and participate in all sessions on the Saturday and Sunday.
  • The sessions will all be conducted in English.
  • There is an amount in the budget for scholarships, but this will be quite limited. If you need financial help to cover travel, registration and accommodation please tell us when you register and we will see what we can do.





Findings of the event were shared during the Wikimedia Conference in Berlin (11-13 April) in a session led by Chris Keating.


  1. For more information on SMART goals, please attend the virtual hangout on SMART goals to be held 4 March (UTC). See first upcoming event for more details.