Tuesday, 10 July 2007
Moving from "current reality" to "new futures"
In that light, we (at the WAG) could think about who we are talking to, what means -and what type of language- we use to communicate. The question of who is responsible for understanding to occur is also tied to the possibility of managing multiple audiences with different interpretive strategies. As Jeanne said today: "Who we decide to talk to also informs how we work."
This type of reflection also dovetails well with the work we have been doing establishing the WAG's institutional priorities. We could spend more time thinking about these questions as we start looking at next year's strategic plan.