19 January 2005

Management, Technorati, 19-Jan-05 UTC 23:31:43


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David Sifry performs exceptionally high on this scale:

Example of Good CEO Public Relations

  • Acknowledges comments in a timely manner
  • Acknowleges time public takes to, without expectation of reward, provide feedback
  • Thanks customers-public for doing something voluntarily
  • Welcomes feedback
  • Ends on a positive/good note
  • Open and clear with what plans to do next with the information

  • Technorati management have no issues in re this criteria:

    Qualities of a CEO needing a checkup

  • Lectures the public
  • Uses demeaning, condescending language
  • Shifts attention from developers coding/planning interface problems to public-customer for raising issue of legitimate public concern
  • Provides excuses
  • Has double standards on how treats information
  • Dismisses the concern or issue
  • Does nothing to indicate any action or response will be taken to solve concerns raised
  • Frazzled CEO plagued by delegation, oversight issues



  • Congratulations to Technorati

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    Creative Commons License

    Cite as "Mud's Tests." This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License.

    David Sifry performs exceptionally high on this scale:

    Example of Good CEO Public Relations

  • Acknowledges comments in a timely manner
  • Acknowleges time public takes to, without expectation of reward, provide feedback
  • Thanks customers-public for doing something voluntarily
  • Welcomes feedback
  • Ends on a positive/good note
  • Open and clear with what plans to do next with the information

  • Technorati management have no issues in re this criteria:

    Qualities of a CEO needing a checkup

  • Lectures the public
  • Uses demeaning, condescending language
  • Shifts attention from developers coding/planning interface problems to public-customer for raising issue of legitimate public concern
  • Provides excuses
  • Has double standards on how treats information
  • Dismisses the concern or issue
  • Does nothing to indicate any action or response will be taken to solve concerns raised
  • Frazzled CEO plagued by delegation, oversight issues



  • Congratulations to Technorati

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    Technorati, David Sifry: Excellent rating.
    Strengths: Responsiveness, openness.
    Weaknesses: None noted.
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    Creative Commons License

    Cite as "Mud's Tests." This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License.

    David Sifry performs exceptionally high on this scale:

    Example of Good CEO Public Relations

  • Acknowledges comments in a timely manner
  • Acknowleges time public takes to, without expectation of reward, provide feedback
  • Thanks customers-public for doing something voluntarily
  • Welcomes feedback
  • Ends on a positive/good note
  • Open and clear with what plans to do next with the information

  • Technorati management have no issues in re this criteria:

    Qualities of a CEO needing a checkup

  • Lectures the public
  • Uses demeaning, condescending language
  • Shifts attention from developers coding/planning interface problems to public-customer for raising issue of legitimate public concern
  • Provides excuses
  • Has double standards on how treats information
  • Dismisses the concern or issue
  • Does nothing to indicate any action or response will be taken to solve concerns raised
  • Frazzled CEO plagued by delegation, oversight issues



  • Congratulations to Technorati

    Ref Ref
    Technorati, David Sifry: Excellent rating.
    Strengths: Responsiveness, openness.
    Weaknesses: None noted.
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    Creative Commons License

    Cite as "Mud's Tests." This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License.

    David Sifry performs exceptionally high on this scale:

    Example of Good CEO Public Relations

  • Acknowledges comments in a timely manner
  • Acknowleges time public takes to, without expectation of reward, provide feedback
  • Thanks customers-public for doing something voluntarily
  • Welcomes feedback
  • Ends on a positive/good note
  • Open and clear with what plans to do next with the information

  • Technorati management have no issues in re this criteria:

    Qualities of a CEO needing a checkup

  • Lectures the public
  • Uses demeaning, condescending language
  • Shifts attention from developers coding/planning interface problems to public-customer for raising issue of legitimate public concern
  • Provides excuses
  • Has double standards on how treats information
  • Dismisses the concern or issue
  • Does nothing to indicate any action or response will be taken to solve concerns raised
  • Frazzled CEO plagued by delegation, oversight issues



  • Congratulations to Technorati

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