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December 26, 2010 @ 08:14pm

Episode 24 – Owing Amperstam

In which a rogue reconsiders, alternatives are suggested, arguments are shot down, numbers are calculated, certainty is questioned, a baker ruminates, shutters are considered, and hope is measured out like grain.

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4 Responses to “Episode 24 – Owing Amperstam”

  1. […] Fables of the Flying City, Episode 24 “Owing Amperstam” […]

  2. Look! I’m writing about a previous episode! Fancy!

    There’s something about this one episode that makes it my favorite so far. It makes Amperstam so much more real.

  3. Thanks, Aaron. See, fanciness is fun, right?

    If I was a more ambitious–read “insane”–writer, Ashe’s story would just be one of many that runs up and down through the city itself, and we would have more than just this glimpse of how the siege effects everyone.

    Of course, I would be insane. And it would take forever to write.

  4. A culture of iniqruy is important and can help an organization make decisions on thorny issues. It has to start with who is on the board. The board nominating process needs to be one that creates that culture of iniqruy. Too often it seems, boards elect people to their ranks who think like they do and who are likely to make decisions like they do. But if nominating committees will take care to recruit and propose individuals for board service who bring differing perspectives to the table, there will be more iniqruy and thoughtful evaluation of decisions as they are made. Exploring issues from all sides, keeping the mission in mind, will result in better decision making.

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