We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byWyatt Gibbs
Modified over 2 years ago
© 2006 Open Grid Forum OGF19-Diversity, Education & Outreach BoF Open Grid Forum A diverse group of opinions often produces a better result.
© 2006 Open Grid Forum Agenda Welcome/Introductions Birds of a Feather Groups (BoFs) Objectives Discussion Topics Alignment Internal OGF Groups External to OGF Next Steps
© 2006 Open Grid Forum Objectives Build outreach processes to broaden participation in Grid Computing Align with other (internal and external) groups to produce quality programming that assists in understanding how OGF works
© 2006 Open Grid Forum Discussion Topics Discuss perceived barriers to attracting and retaining diverse populations, as well as ways to mitigate them. Define adjustments to the current structure to retain and assimilate new members in a "closed" group where work is continually moving forward. Provide quality programming that will assist new members understand how OGF works and how new members may contribute Identify efforts to outreach to organizations and institutions, by participating in their functions on their terms Define the actions required between events to facilitate movement toward objectives
© 2006 Open Grid Forum What in your experience prevents people from participating in OGF?
© 2006 Open Grid Forum 6 Barriers to OGF Costs Benefits to target audiences need to be clearly identified Open and consistent line of communication
© 2006 Open Grid Forum How do we address barriers?
© 2006 Open Grid Forum 8 Next Steps Form a working group willing to help move this work forward. Define specific and actionable plans and report progress at future events. Involve OGF Leadership to help recruit others, diversity perspective drawing new people in Educate current membership, bridge underrepresented groups not at the table. Identify appropriate mediums and metrics to reach communities and members
© 2006 Open Grid Forum Next Steps Assimilate with groups internal and external to OGF Internal Enterprise adoption eScience Student Scholars Education and Training OGF 101
© 2006 Open Grid Forum 10 External Organizations With the organizations that have outreach programs to these groups already… Grace Hopper - Telle Whitney EPIC ETSI RENCI WITI Richard Tapia Do we know members of these organizations, and are we missing any orgs? Other actions?
1 Facilitating Restorative Group Conferences Lesson 6: Next Steps Minnesota Department of Corrections with the National Institute of Corrections.
Community Action Workshop Manual A Brief Tutorial Community Action Workshop Manual A Brief Tutorial Harmony Foundation of Canada.
CEFPI Southeast Region Strategic Planning September 2011 Focus Groups Update – Sept
Introduction to Organizational Development. Organization Development – Intro and Objectives This course introduces organizational development to professionals.
Membership Tool Kit for Local Sections & Divisions ACS Membership Affairs Committee.
Today we will be orienting ourselves to some of the principles and qualities we look for and try to exhibit as Leaders in NA. Specifically, we will look.
Denison Culture Survey Results Debrief and Action Planning Prepared by: Insert Your Name Here Insert Unit Name and/or Logo here.
Key Messages Learners need to know What skills are available When to use them Why they are appropriate for the task How to apply them to achieve.
© 2006 Open Grid Forum Marketing OGF February 25, 2008 OGF 22, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
P-20 Data Collaborative Grant University/College Work Group July 28, 2010.
LINks Local Involvement Networks. An introduction Joy Tweed, health scrutiny support programme 18/02/08.
Professional Learning Communities Connecting the Initiatives PLC Teacher Collaboration Student Achievement CSIP DINA Plan SLE/ Iowa CORE Continuous Improvement.
Becoming Australias leading organisation for girls and young women in leadership and personal development.
Micaela Kirshy, MPH, LICSW Project Manager, Performance Management and Quality Improvement Demystifying Domain 9: Performance Management Strategies and.
The HR Paradigm Shift Discover Stakeholder Value for the Human Resources Function.
Understanding the Six Types of Family Involvement Keys to Successful Family-School Partnerships Janie King Family Consultant, Tennessee Department of Education.
The Masterclass Strategy ◦ What is it? ◦ Influencing ◦ AHP strategy standard Clinical Governance ◦ Elements of CG ◦ Risk management ◦ Evaluation and.
Report to the KSD Board June 9, Provide Kent School District the necessary guidance and assistance to create an equitable, academically enriching,
UNIT-V DEFECT PREVENTION 1Defect prevention (Arun)
ODOT- Office of Environmental Services. Every ODOT project has the potential to create an impact on the public. The public relies on our transportation.
Learning outcomes: PwCs perspective Konica Stones Manager – Student Recruitment
Making physical activity an easy choice for HRM residents…
Working Effectively with Community Partners. LEARNING in ACTION.
DMEM Centre for Strategic Manufacturing Team Performance Measurement Jill MacBryde & Kepa Mendibil Centre for Strategic Manufacturing University of Strathclyde,
Workshop title: CLIAG for those with additional support needs Presented by – Date –
Economic Development Committee Strategic Plan May 2011.
The Impact of School, Family, and Community Connections on Student Achievement Rebecca Derenge Office of Instructional Services West Virginia Department.
School Board Audit Committee Training Module 1 Roles, Responsibilities and Relationships 1.
WestEd.org Arlene Paxton Advanced Training 2014 PITC Partners for Quality Today, and Moving Forward.
West Virginia Achieves Professional Development Series Volume XX Systemic Developmental Guidance and Counseling with Strong Character and Career Education.
© 2016 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.