Action Project Policy and Procedures
We have, to date, undertaken a few small Action Projects which have met with surprisingly quick success.
As we contemplate going forward, using the Power of Twitter and communications to advance our cause, it makes sense for us to outline the policies and procedures related to the undertaking, performance, and closing of an Action Project.
While these policies and procedures will be constantly evolving, it’s important that we establish some ground rules as to how we make the Top Conservatives on Twitter community aware of potential Action Projects.
With that in mind, here’s a start:
1. Anyone who is ranked on the Top Conservatives on Twitter list may propose an Action Project
2. The proposal must clearly outline the time frame and goal of the Action Project. For instance, the goal of “Operation RNC Members on Twitter” is to get all 168 members of the RNC on Twitter. As a naming convention, all Action Projects will begin with the word “Operation”, then will describe in a word or two the project.
3. We will have an open discussion through @ Replies as to the merits of the proposed Action Project. The discussion will focus simply on one question: Is this Action Project a “go” or a “no-go.”
4. Once a consensus is reached we will announce the decision with a #TCOT @ Reply, and also post it on this site. If it’s a no go, nothing more will be done.
5. Action Projects that are a “go” will be tracked on this site.
6. Every Action Project will consist of a Project Servant-Leader and Team Members.
7. It is the responsiblity of the Project Servant-Leader of each Action Project to make sure that his or her web content administrator creates a page on this site for the Action Project, and that it is accessible via the front page drop down beneath “Action Projects” on the front page menu.
8. It is the responsibility of the Project Servant-Leader to make sure that he or she has a web content administrator assigned to his or her Action Project. Alternatively, the Project Servant-Leader may be trained and authorized to make updates to the Action Project page directly.
9. It is the desired goal that the content of each Action Project page is updated once every 24 hours. It is the responsibility of the Project Servant-Leader to accomplish this goal.