Effectively Using Parliamentary Procedure

Effectively Using Parliamentary Procedure

For meetings to be effective, they require effective planning by both the chair and the participants. In the spirit of "keeping on track," it is necessary for meetings to use "rules of order." The two "Rules of Order" most often utilized are Robert's and Sturgis", and there are some differences between the two, for the sake of this primer, the discussion will be in terms of things that are common regardless of the specific "Rules" being utilized.
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