Month: April 2018

Big surprise: G2G was picked to run the “closed only 2+years” restaurant

Lesson 4 – Process determines product If you set up a process to be the same as the process that failed in the past, you can expect to fail again. As Edward Deming, world-renowned statistician and management expert, said, Quick re-cap Sandy Seddon and Tom Nissen had a cozy relationship with one of the vendors, G2G, …

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Paying attorneys to disappear political opponents

Lesson 3 – Create a false narrative to win or as Chuck Lorre, the creator of Big Bang Theory crudely put it in Vanity Card #586: (Quote redacted) Item 11 E – Quarterly Litigation Reports Now that I have your attention, let’s discuss how item 11 E – quarterly litigation reports – is an example …

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Being serviced by SCA attorneys is painful and pricey

This is the second blog in a series about lessons learned at the April 26 Board meeting. Lesson 2- When we don’t get what we paid for, we should send it back. This blog is about how it is always “lose-lose” when the SCA Board abdicates to attorneys instead of being guided by: common sense, …

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Board meeting as self-serving bully pulpit

Lesson 1 from April 26 BOD meeting “What gets us into trouble is not what we don’t know. It’s what we know for sure that just ain’t so.”                                             -Mark Twain Blame the bloggers At …

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Making owners pay to fight owners knowing how our money is spent

A point for transparent Nevada The R-J just won a victory for transparency when the District Attorney was required to release information about how much the DA’s office was compensating witnesses in criminal trials. Public interest Using taxpayer cash to fight the taxpayer   “To sum it up, the taxpayer-funded prosecutor’s office sought to conceal …

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Being accountable for being good neighbors

Is a criminal-to-excellence measuring scale hard to understand? It seems to be hard for the people currently in power here to grasp. But, the association (meaning the membership) faces a very high risk if the Board, GM, and attorney are not held accountable for being ethical and fair. With so much a secret, who can …

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Criminal corruption – best practices continuum

The Issue Sun City Anthem will only get to be #1 again if we have a Board and GM that are committed to – and capable of – being excellent, and who are not focused on evading detection and accountability for their sins. The Board brought in an overpaid, autocratic GM who has created or …

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