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We’ve all been to meetings conducted using Robert’s Rules of Order…but how many of us really know the basics of how they work? The rules formally codify procedures for virtually every situation which can arise in a meeting, and the most recent book spelling them all out is over 200 pages. In this Document of the Week, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration offers a quick summary of the most commonly used conventions – perfect reading for those of us who just need a quick introduction to (or reminder of) how an orderly meeting proceeds.
Featured until January 23, 2018. Click here to download.