Thursday, June 19, 2014

Résumé Padding With Kansas City Mayor Sly



Ambitious Kansas City snot-nosed middle-managers in training might want to take a look at an important opportunity from Mayor Sly James . . .

The Mayor’s Challenge Cabinet Part Deux

Deets:

"This year Mayor James will be appointing a second Challenge Cabinet, organized around specific innovative initiatives to improve city policy and governance. Young men and women from across Kansas City are invited to apply for designated Project Teams and Task Forces. We are looking to build diverse groups of approximately five qualified individuals each to better Kansas City. If you believe you can help drive great ideas at City Hall, you are encouraged to apply."

This is a perfect way to follow the path of our Kansas City Mayor and earn great rewards and accolades for talking a great game without doing much of anything.

Developing . . .

5 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Diverse = colourful
Qualified = agrees with the mayor on key issues

Anonymous said...

Here's an innovative idea:
How about people who have voluntarily run for local office and been elected actually spending at least a little time and effort engaging in how well the city supports and provides for the residents who live here?
Start with safety issues and streets, and go from there. You'll be the most imaginative person in the room...this idea hasn't be heard around KCMO city hall for decades!

Anonymous said...

These commissions will be staffed with the usual assortment of greenies and those sucking at the public teat. No one with any sense of economics need apply.

Anonymous said...

What the hell did the first innovation challenge cabinet and officer achieve? Answer, squad shit. This Mayor is a joke. Fix the damn roads and lower taxes and fight crime ass hat.

Anonymous said...

Hipsters are not interested in roads, they don't pay taxes and they have little to steal. And as long as crime is not too bad they think they are kind of cool living in a gritty area. Since they don't care about anything except downtown and being perceived as green the rest of the city can go to hell.