AREA 9 CURRENT THOUGHT AND TASK FORCES
A Thought Force is a temporary unit of people established to brainstorm ideas and to develop strategies on a single-defined task or activity. A Thought Force may lay the foundation for a Task Force. Members of a Thought Force are thinkers, not doers. Thought Forces use the five Knowledge-Based Decision Making (KBDM) questions to stay on track with brainstorming. Listed below are when the Thought Forces were initiated and links to their most current reports.
- Resuming Area Meetings after Lock-Down
- Non-Geographically based groups
A Task Force is a temporary unit of people established to work on a single-defined task or activity. They use the resources available and may be working on a suggestion that arose out of a Work Group or Thought Force. Members of the Task Force are the doers. Recommendations from the Task Force are voted on by the Area World Service Committee (AWSC) and Assembly when required. Listed below are when the Task Forces were initiated and links to their most current reports.