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Old 10-27-2008, 10:39 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by WhoMe View Post
Running a powwow smoothly takes plenty of coordination, communications and cooperation.

When it comes down to it, who has the final say so on important decisions

The arena director, the emcee or the committee?

Take for instance the powwow schedule and what takes place when?
From personal experience, here's what I've seen that works the best.

The committee is ultimately responsible. But for it to run smoothly, they need to give the MC and AD a basic schedule. And the, most importantly, give them the ability to make changes as needed.

These individuals need to be able to make changes to the schedule quickly to keep things on track.
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