Quick Survey: Request for Feedback
London, UK - 7th December 2009, 13:15 GMT
Dear ATCA Open & Philanthropia Friends
[Please note that the views presented by individual contributors are not necessarily representative of the views of ATCA, which is neutral. ATCA conducts collective Socratic dialogue on global opportunities and threats.]
Thank you for your diligent phone calls, communications and email messages in regard to the five ATCA briefings despatched recently. We appreciate your feedback. We have received an unprecedented and overwhelming response from you, which we have tried to incorporate into subsequent briefings. We are grateful to you, in many cases, for forwarding your organisations' research to complement ATCA RAW and the mi2g Intelligence Unit's computer simulations, risk visualisations and mathematical models. Thank you.
We have a few questions to ask so that we may serve you and the global ATCA community better in the future:
A. Where do you read your ATCA briefings normally?
i. Blackberry / PDA
ii. Office computer
iii. Home computer
iv. Printed Copy
B. How swiftly do you read the ATCA briefings?
ii. Within 12 hours
iii. Within 24 hours
iv. Within 2 days
v. Within one week
C. Do you find ATCA briefings are:
i. Mission critical
ii. Highly relevant to executive decision making
iii. Relevant as general background
iv. Not relevant
D. What is missing in ATCA briefings?
E. What can we do to improve the quality of ATCA briefings?
F. Did you see any interconnections between the recent five ATCA briefings?
i. 1932: The Unexpected Second Shock
ii. The Second Phase of The Global Financial Crisis? Five Interconnected Black Holes
iii. Don't Forget The Contango: Why Oil Prices May Fall Sharply!
iv. Could The Dollar Carry Trade End Abruptly And In Tears?
v. The Great Reset -- How To Regenerate World Growth?
G. Are there any experts within your organisation or personal network who would benefit from ATCA briefings that you would like to recommend to the restricted list?
H. Any further thoughts, observations and views?
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