Rooms full of smart people can devolve into chaos if you don’t adopt an orderly approach to meetings. Whether you want to organize a community initiative or hold more productive committee or board meetings, ClydeBank’s simplified interpretation of the latest (2011) edition of Robert’s Rules of Order helps you keep gatherings on track and orderly. American army colonel Henry Martyn Robert created Robert’s Rules in the late 1800s, and these standards remain in wide use today. Put them into practice to enable your group to share ideas, avoid abuses of power and embrace transparency.
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