مجلس أمناء مؤسسة ويكيميديا​​/دعوة لتقديم الملاحظات: مقاعد مجلس إدارة المجتمع/دعوة لمعرفة أنواع المهارات والخبرات المطلوبة

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دعوة للتعليق : مقاعد ممثلي المجتمعات في مجلس الإدارة
الصفحة الرئيسية
كيفية المشاركة
أفكار مجلس الأمناء
أفكار المجتمع
محادثات
تقارير
خط زمني

سيتألف المجلس الأمثل من الأمناء الذين تشمل خبرتهم مجموعة كاملة من الأعمال التي تقوم بها مؤسسة ويكيميديا ​​ومجموعة كاملة من الأنشطة داخل حركة ويكيميديا. سيكون هذا دائمًا هدفًا متحركًا، وحتى مجلس الإدارة الموسع لن يكون قادرًا على تحقيقه حقًا. ومع ذلك ، في بداية أي عملية اختيار للأمين، يجب على مجلس الإدارة تقييم وتحديد مجالات الخبرة التي تمس الحاجة إليها. بالنسبة للأمناء المختارين من قبل مجلس الإدارة، يمكن لمجلس الإدارة بعد ذلك استهداف تلك المجالات في عملية التوظيف. ومع ذلك، بالنسبة للأمناء المختارين من المجتمع والجهات الشقيقة، هناك حاجة إلى نهج مختلف.

يمكن لمجلس الإدارة في دعوة المرشحين في بداية عملية الاختيار تحديد المهارات والخبرات التي يتوقعها من أمناء المجتمع والجهات الشقيقة المختارين. التحدي التالي هو تحديد ما إذا كان المرشحون لديهم تلك المهارات والخبرات. يمكن أن يساعد استمارة تقييم الأمين في هذه العملية، ولكن لا يزال هناك سؤالان مهمان:

  1. ما هو الحد الأدنى من مستوى الخبرة؟ يتعلق هذا بمسألة فحص المرشحين.
  2. من المسؤول عن ضمان استيفاء الحد الأدنى من المؤهلات؟ يمكن للمرشحين تقديم تقرير ذاتي عن سنوات خبرتهم ذات الصلة بناءً على نموذج التأهيل، ولكن لا تزال هناك حاجة إلى نوع من المراجعة. يمكن أن يتم ذلك من قبل مجلس الإدارة نفسه، على الأرجح من خلال لجنة الاختيار المفوضة من مجلس الإدارة ، أو يمكن أن يتم ذلك بواسطة لجنة الاختيار المنتخبة من قبل المجتمع.

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One volunteer proposed the idea of Specialization seats. Feedback related to dedicating seats of quotas for skills is captured in the corresponding section below.

Sentiment: Divided opinions in a discussion with many ramifications that is expected to continue.

Some people think community experience is the only skill required for community candidates. Others think skills to perform well as a Board member are important, and opinions differ about how strongly the filter should be applied. There is broad agreement that the Board can do more to identify skills needed, to provide training, and to proactively seek potential candidates with these skills. There are questions about how the Board plans to use the recently approved Board Candidate Evaluation Form.

About the idea of skills needed in candidates:

  • There is no agreement about the types of skills that should be required to candidates:
    • Many volunteers, especially long-term contributors, express a strong opinion about not requiring specific skills to community-and-affiliate candidates. They say the role of these trustees in the Board is to represent the community and to contribute community skills. They say that the Board has the directly appointed seats to cover specific skills required.
    • Many volunteers who have joined more recently and some long-term contributors disagree, and believe that all candidates need to have a certain skill set to aspire to a seat in the Board.
    • Each of these two positions includes volunteers who usually don’t participate in governance discussions as well as volunteers well-versed in these discussions, including former trustees.
    • Some volunteers from emerging Wikimedia communites said that some skills should be required of all candidates, irrespective of diversity quotas.
      • In meetings with the Odia and the Gujarati communities it was said that the Board is the highest decision-making authority in the movement, and skills should not be compromised.
    • In a meeting with the North Africa community it was suggested that the Board can use committees or a new advisory council delivering the skills whenever needed, keeping the Board seats for community members who win elections without requirements for specific skills. This idea also appeared in two different meetings with Women from France and Germany.
    • The director of a European chapter said non-specialists can give perspectives specialists tend to overlook, that skills shouldn’t be overrated.
    • At a meeting of the Turkic community, they wondered: what will happen if there are no candidates with specific skills?
    • One person said in an ESEAP meeting that some people improve after given the chance, that willingness to learn is important.
    • A former appointed trustee said that there isn’t any harm in having an eligibility criteria for everyone on the Board, as (according to her) it could lead to a more effective board.
    • Some volunteers said that the community should be allowed to express what skills they believe the Board should have.

Specifics about skills needed in candidates:

  • Several volunteers from different conversations mentioned skills they expect from community candidates. This is a compilation of all the skills mentioned:
    • Community experience
    • Wiki editing
    • Programmatic work in the movement
    • Mediation and negotiation
    • Management, leadership
    • Team working
    • Technical
    • Auditing, assessment
  • Some people say that training for candidates or even trustees after being elected is enough. Some say that the terms are too short to train people with insufficient skills, so a certain amount of skills might be helpful for optimal use of the term.
  • One person in a European community conversation proposed a certain amount of edits in a wiki as a required skill for all trustees, the directly appointed too.

About how to implement a call of skills:

  • There is overall agreement that needed skills should be identified by the Board and advertised well in advance.
  • One person said that the Board should be more proactive about searching for candidates in the community before the election.
  • The Board Candidate Evaluation Form was mentioned in several conversations, although it raised many questions about its intended use, and also about its effectiveness.
  • Some volunteers suggested in different conversations the idea of highlighting the skills of candidates, even if there is no hard requirement for skills.