Fw: [bbshop] Mystery (Barber) Shopper
> The whole problem of how to determine what chapters need and how to
> provide it to them is, apparently, a "mystery" in and of itself. Many
> techniques in problem-solving and decision-making exist that could help,
> along with techniques in critical/analytical thinking. However, I'm not
> sure we, as an organization, have ever gotten to the core of the issue:
> What keeps us from growing ever younger and larger (as one of many Society
> Vision Statements advocated roughly a dozen years ago) and, to that we
> might add "and better"?
> I'm sure we have a huge-enough braintrust within our membership to address
> this problem head-on, and recommend a specific course of action to resolve
> it -- recognizing that one size will definitely not fit all. Even so, one
> question remains: Will it get implemented? And by whom, and how?
> STEPHEN RAFE
>> The downside is simply this: the program can come across as spying of the
>> worst kind.
> I think a secret "spy" would not be a good idea, but experienced
> barbershoppers in an area counselor position would help a lot of