IN CONCLUSION

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IN CONCLUSION

Postby London Eye » Wed Jul 04, 2018 10:27 am

The Board of Directors of the BDO have appeared for several years to rest on their laurels created from the darting hey day of the 1970’s and 1980’s. They seemed to be in cruise control through the 1990’s and then looked like they were taking their foot off the pedal at the turn of the century. This has created a massive void whereby other companies, organisations or associations have undertaken roles which were previously exclusive to the BDO.
In order to re-establish the BDO as the controlling body of the game, whereby everyone looks up to the organisation will take several years. However a failure to act at this point in time will only act as putting a further nail in the coffin of the BDO. The Board of Directors must establish a working agenda and suitable timeline in which this work will be established.
At present the BDO has just one man for one job, which is fine until that one man is unable to do his job. When the job becomes vacant there is nobody who is able to pass on sufficient information to allow the work to be completed seamlessly. This has been highlighted by the website, the rights and the ability to place items onto the site rest with just one man. When he is unavailable the system does not work. The BDO must start to restructure itself whereby several people have the ability to continue the work of others. In the normal workplace where somebody takes leave or is missing for other reasons the company, or a significant portion of the company doesn’t just stop.
The Board of Directors must also implement several new strategies. The structuring of a Youth system, the restructuring of the BICC and the structuring of tournament play within the system must all be at the forefront of the new plans.
The introduction of online registrations for tournaments, together with dedicated membership numbers are other areas which need to be explored.
The current rules of darts need to be addressed with this being an instance where a group of senior members on both the playing and officiating front could work in unison.
In short following the AGM it is time for the board of the BDO to once again start working for its members, come up with a plan of action, inform its members of the plan and then implement the said plan.
This will almost certainly include some individuals who represent their counties taking a greater responsibility, similarly it will mean more individuals having to put their name to the plate and share the jobs around. It is time for the system to start working together which if it does will see significant rewards not only financial but also in just gratification for everyone.

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Re: IN CONCLUSION

Postby Ginge » Wed Jul 04, 2018 10:32 am

Good thread.
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Re: IN CONCLUSION

Postby Skewball » Wed Jul 04, 2018 10:33 am

Ginge wrote:Good thread.


has it been authorised yet?

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Re: IN CONCLUSION

Postby BlueSpark » Wed Jul 04, 2018 10:42 am

Just awaiting the go ahead from the Netherlands.
All other countries have authorised.
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Re: IN CONCLUSION

Postby nikkiboy » Wed Jul 04, 2018 11:19 am

London Eye wrote:The Board of Directors of the BDO have appeared for several years to rest on their laurels created from the darting hey day of the 1970’s and 1980’s. They seemed to be in cruise control through the 1990’s and then looked like they were taking their foot off the pedal at the turn of the century. This has created a massive void whereby other companies, organisations or associations have undertaken roles which were previously exclusive to the BDO.
In order to re-establish the BDO as the controlling body of the game, whereby everyone looks up to the organisation will take several years. However a failure to act at this point in time will only act as putting a further nail in the coffin of the BDO. The Board of Directors must establish a working agenda and suitable timeline in which this work will be established.
At present the BDO has just one man for one job, which is fine until that one man is unable to do his job. When the job becomes vacant there is nobody who is able to pass on sufficient information to allow the work to be completed seamlessly. This has been highlighted by the website, the rights and the ability to place items onto the site rest with just one man. When he is unavailable the system does not work. The BDO must start to restructure itself whereby several people have the ability to continue the work of others. In the normal workplace where somebody takes leave or is missing for other reasons the company, or a significant portion of the company doesn’t just stop.
The Board of Directors must also implement several new strategies. The structuring of a Youth system, the restructuring of the BICC and the structuring of tournament play within the system must all be at the forefront of the new plans.
The introduction of online registrations for tournaments, together with dedicated membership numbers are other areas which need to be explored.
The current rules of darts need to be addressed with this being an instance where a group of senior members on both the playing and officiating front could work in unison.
In short following the AGM it is time for the board of the BDO to once again start working for its members, come up with a plan of action, inform its members of the plan and then implement the said plan.
This will almost certainly include some individuals who represent their counties taking a greater responsibility, similarly it will mean more individuals having to put their name to the plate and share the jobs around. It is time for the system to start working together which if it does will see significant rewards not only financial but also in just gratification for everyone.

Who are you and what have you done with LE? :)
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Re: IN CONCLUSION

Postby ChrisW » Wed Jul 04, 2018 11:40 am

This can stay. Please continue.

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Re: IN CONCLUSION

Postby London Eye » Wed Jul 04, 2018 12:39 pm

whooshy mcwhooshface wrote:
London Eye wrote:The Board of Directors of the BDO have appeared for several years to rest on their laurels created from the darting hey day of the 1970’s and 1980’s. They seemed to be in cruise control through the 1990’s and then looked like they were taking their foot off the pedal at the turn of the century. This has created a massive void whereby other companies, organisations or associations have undertaken roles which were previously exclusive to the BDO.
In order to re-establish the BDO as the controlling body of the game, whereby everyone looks up to the organisation will take several years. However a failure to act at this point in time will only act as putting a further nail in the coffin of the BDO. The Board of Directors must establish a working agenda and suitable timeline in which this work will be established.
At present the BDO has just one man for one job, which is fine until that one man is unable to do his job. When the job becomes vacant there is nobody who is able to pass on sufficient information to allow the work to be completed seamlessly. This has been highlighted by the website, the rights and the ability to place items onto the site rest with just one man. When he is unavailable the system does not work. The BDO must start to restructure itself whereby several people have the ability to continue the work of others. In the normal workplace where somebody takes leave or is missing for other reasons the company, or a significant portion of the company doesn’t just stop.
The Board of Directors must also implement several new strategies. The structuring of a Youth system, the restructuring of the BICC and the structuring of tournament play within the system must all be at the forefront of the new plans.
The introduction of online registrations for tournaments, together with dedicated membership numbers are other areas which need to be explored.
The current rules of darts need to be addressed with this being an instance where a group of senior members on both the playing and officiating front could work in unison.
In short following the AGM it is time for the board of the BDO to once again start working for its members, come up with a plan of action, inform its members of the plan and then implement the said plan.
This will almost certainly include some individuals who represent their counties taking a greater responsibility, similarly it will mean more individuals having to put their name to the plate and share the jobs around. It is time for the system to start working together which if it does will see significant rewards not only financial but also in just gratification for everyone.

Who are you and what have you done with LE? :)


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Re: IN CONCLUSION

Postby Zapp Brannigan » Wed Jul 04, 2018 1:27 pm

I see someone posted yesterday that at the Gold cup Des was threatening someone after they came to ask him something and it got a bit nasty.

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Re: IN CONCLUSION

Postby Skewball » Wed Jul 04, 2018 1:46 pm

Zapp Brannigan wrote:I see someone posted yesterday that at the Gold cup Des was threatening someone after they came to ask him something and it got a bit nasty.


So he is staying true to the form that he showed on here. But hey, its ok he is the saviour apparantly because he cant be any worse! lol

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Re: IN CONCLUSION

Postby Black Velvet » Wed Jul 04, 2018 1:57 pm

Does the thread title mean you'll be fekkin off and not embarrassing yourself any further?


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