_Historian - The RV Process: first get "Ready", then "Go" - March 7, 2012
I see that dinar world is about to go crazy with reports on an impending RV. The final steps to the RV are more complex than most realize. Based on what I’ve seen in other initiatives, here is a simple generic description of the usual process:
The folks involved in executing the RV have the job of getting all the physical stuff - IT systems, new rules, processes, organizing, training, etc. - in place across all participating organizations to be able to carry out the RV physically.
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_Getting that set up and ready has been the main intel that we've been hearing for ages. These sources are like middle and senior management in a corporation.
There are other middle and senior management level groups that are concerned with related issues, like security, removing obstacles (including people who are impeding the process), and so on.
We've only started to hear more about them recently, though I suspect that this has been a major activity for some time behind the scenes – it takes a lot of preparation to set up and trigger activities like the many resignations we are now seeing reported.
However, all of this is simply put in place so that very senior folks - the executive leadership level - can deploy it when it suits them. And those folks are likely looking at global strategic issues, such as how the changeover works from a political, diplomatic, and economic level.
They may have set a target date that works best for them, or they may need to confirm that everyone has covered all the bases. Or they may be waiting for something that we haven’t even heard reported.
The Final Steps
So when will we actually have an “RV” . . . when we finally have all the rates showing at the banks? No, even if the rates are sitting on the teller screens at the banks, we will still not have an RV. It cannot RV until leadership authorizes it to “Go”.
First, the process has to achieve the position where all the physical stuff is in place and “Ready” to RV. Then it has to wait for leadership to give the “Go”, and they will take all the time that they need.
Both “Ready” and “Go” are technical terms for this part of the process. They are planned, executed, checked, and approved before they are deployed. This is NOT a casual process, and nobody jumps the gun.
Compare it to taking the family on a road trip. First, we finish packing and run through a checklist to make sure we haven't missed anything. Then we load up the car and fill the gas tank.
Then we get everyone into the car, including Grandma who is on the phone giving last-minute instructions to the neighbours. And then finally we get to "Go".
Well, getting the rates so-called "live" on teller screens is like filling up the gas tank. We still need to see everyone climb into the car, and we still need to wait on Grandma. But she can’t talk forever! LOL So not long after, we can start the ignition . . . and then "Go".
My point is this: please do not confuse “Ready” and “Go”. This will simply drive everyone bananas. If someone “calls” the RV when all we have is a “Ready”, then straighten them out. We will see the RV only AFTER leadership has given the “Go”, and then after other final steps are executed to release the RV.
Hope this helps us all stay calm when things get crazy.
Have a great day! And GO RV!!! (I mean really . . . let’s get “Ready”, and “GO” !!! LOL)