Setting an agenda streamlines the meeting process
from By Robert C. Harris
If there is a reason to meet, there should be a meeting agenda. Most agendas are built on precedent: "We've always done it that way." Seldom do incoming officers consider the format of an agenda to craft improvements, and agenda development is often delegated to staff. But boards can save valuable time and redirect the saved time to more substantive issues. Craft an agenda designed to yield results and keep directors focused on the significance of the meeting.
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