Presentation on theme: "November 13, 2003IEEE802.20 Albuquerque Plenary Session 1 Moving Forward Robert D.Love LAN Connect Consultants C802.20-03/113."— Presentation transcript:
November 13, 2003IEEE802.20 Albuquerque Plenary Session 1 Moving Forward Robert D.Love firstname.lastname@example.org LAN Connect Consultants C802.20-03/113
IEEE802.20 Albuquerque Plenary Session2 Preparation for Jan Interim Mtg Establish a vision for the 802.20 WG Establish project goals & schedule Begin work on the 802.20 draft Effective conflict resolution
IEEE802.20 Albuquerque Plenary Session3 802.20 WG Vision Individual Homework Assignment Define our market objectives Look out 5 to 7 years Project market requirements over time Establish requirements and time frame for our first 802.20 standard Narrow scope of present project to first release of our standard consistent with overall visions 802.20 WG Assignment Be prepared to limit capability of 1 st release
IEEE802.20 Albuquerque Plenary Session4 Establish project goals & schedule Complete Requirements document focused on project goals and schedule Develop and vote on Project Schedule Establish goals for the January Mtg No other presentations or other business until goals are met cutoff date for completing Rqmnts doc cutoff date for proposals cutoff date for choosing proposal
IEEE802.20 Albuquerque Plenary Session5 Begin work on the 802.20 draft Preapprove decisions made at Jan Interim meeting on progressing the project Complete work on Evaluation Criteria Invite technical proposals and supplement with slide presentations Detailed text defines the substance of the proposal
IEEE802.20 Albuquerque Plenary Session6 Effective conflict resolution Most conflicts are a result of valid concerns that were not addressed During Meetings After limited discussion take the concerns offline and work together When needed develop a joint resolution offline and bring to WG or to reflector as resolved or as a clearly defined disagreement On the reflector After a round of email responses get on the phone or send a private email to interest group and work together to develop a joint resolution. Post that joint resolution to get additional input.