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Minutes From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search This article is about the written record of a meeting. For the unit of time, see minute. For the unit of Measurement, see Minute of arc. Minutes, also known as protocols, are the instant written record of a meeting or hearing. They often give an overview of the structure of the meeting, starting with a list of those present, a statement of the various issues before the participants, and each of their responses thereto. They are often created at the moment of the hearing by a typist or court recorder at the meeting, who may record the meeting in shorthand, and then prepare the minutes and issue them to the participants afterwards. Alternatively, the meeting may be audiorecorded or notes taken, and the minutes prepared later. However it is often important for the minutes to be brief and concentrate on material issues rather than being a verbatim report, so the minutetaker should have sufficient understanding of the subject matter to achieve this. The minutes of certain entities, such as a corporate board of directors, must be kept and are important legal documents. Contents [hide]
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minutes begin with the name of the body (eg a committee) holding the meeting. A less often used format may record the events in the order they occur on the written agenda. Where a tally is included. . and the amended minutes may be approved "as amended" or e. as distinct from other types of public meetings. which may not strictly required verbatim records of all comments made. date.g. then all of the individual votes are often recorded by name. even if the typist actually drafted the document!) at a subsequent meeting for review. The voting tally may also be included. It is also unwise to approve minutes which one has not read. and the fact of their approval is recorded in the minutes of the current meeting. "subject to adding Amanda Schroder's name to the list of attendees". The minutes may end with a note of the time that the meeting was adjourned. Often speakers' words are recorded verbatim. and the time that the chair called the meeting to order. Since the primary function of minutes is to record the decisions made. any and all official decisions must be included. or that a particular aspect of an issue was duly considered. a minute might read "After voting. seconded. and his or her title. It is normally appropriate to send a draft copy of the minutes to all the members in advance of the meeting so that the meeting need not be delayed while everyone reads and corrects the draft. then they are approved. passed. It is also often common for adherents to the "less is more" approach to include certain facts: for example. If the members of the committee or group then agree that the written minutes reflect what happened at the meeting. regardless of the actual chronology. the Committee agreed to. or not. his or her typed (or printed) name. either in the order that it was actually said or in a more coherent order." It is not necessary to include the name of the person who seconds a motion." (although that phrase is slowly falling out of use) followed by the officer's signature. If there are major errors or omissions.  Format Generally. or that a legal issue (such as a potential conflict of interest) was discussed. Tallies may be omitted in some cases (e. so that every speaker's comments are included. regardless of whether the meeting follows (or ignores) any written agenda. The traditional closing phrase is "Respectfully submitted. or with only minor paraphrasing.not the typist. then this fact may be recorded.. list of people present.g. then this is recorded.• • 3 See also 4 References  Public minutes Most public meetings and governmental hearings follow prescribed rules. If a decision is made by roll call vote. If a formal motion is proposed.. If it is made by general consent without a formal vote. However minor changes may be made immediately. that financial reports were presented. This is generally required at public hearings that are called to address a particular issue. but requests by participants to note their votes by name may be allowed."). then the minutes will be redrafted and submitted again at a later date. or that a person arrived late (or left early) at a particular time. The minutes then record what was actually said at the meeting. The part of the minutes dealing with a routine motion might note merely that a particular motion was "moved by Ann and passed unanimously. it is sufficient to record the number of people voting for and against a motion (or abstaining). place. Minutes in businesses and other private organizations are sometimes submitted by and over the name of the officer of the organization or committee who is responsible for them (often the Secretary .
Business and other meetings commonly assign tasks to individuals (or bodies). Usually (but not always) this is someone who is attending the meeting. annul or amend question something previously adopted · Discharge a committee · again before the assembly Reconsider Legislative procedure Call of the house · Hoist · Pass on Disciplinary procedures Parliamentary authorities Censure · Declare the chair vacant · Impeach Robert's Rules of Order Newly Revised (RONR) · The Standard Code of Parliamentary Procedure (TSC) · . West Publishing Company. entry on Minutes. This is known as "placing an action". 1991. [hide]  References v•d•e Parliamentary Procedure Major concepts Deliberative assembly · Motions · Main motion · Quorum · Session Postpone indefinitely · Amend · Commit · Postpone to a certain time · Limit or extend limits of debate · Previous question · Lay on the table Call for the orders of the day · Raise a question of privilege · Recess · Adjourn · Fix the time to which to adjourn Point of order · Appeal · Suspend the rules · Objection to the consideration of a question · Division of a question · Consideration by paragraph or seriatim · Division of the assembly · Motions relating to methods of voting and the polls · Motions relating to nominations Parliamentary inquiry · Point of information · Request for permission to withdraw or modify a motion · Request to read papers · Request to be excused from a duty · Request for any other privilege Subsidiary motions Privileged motions Incidental motions Incidental motions (Requests and inquiries) Motions that bring a Take from the table · Rescind. St. 6th Edition. The assignment of a task to an individual is an important decision by the meeting and so all actions must be accurately recorded in the minutes. Paul. Reviewing past actions often takes a prominent place in the agenda. Minnesota. repeal. Black's Law Dictionary.  See also • • • Journal and gazette Robert's Rules of Order Henry Campbell Black.
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typically a meeting between a manager and those that report to the manager (possibly indirectly).a meeting of the Board of directors of an organization 8. unverified or indiscriminate.a meeting called together for a special purpose 6. Ad-hoc meeting . a career in professional meeting planning has emerged in recent years. which produce a product or intangible result such as a decision 3. 5.also called "offsite retreat" and known as an Awayday meeting in the UK .a meeting among colleagues working on various aspects of a team project. One-on-one meeting . Work Meetings. Please help to clean it up to meet Wikipedia's quality standards. Staff meeting . Status Meetings.a meeting between two individuals 9. Management meeting . In addition. Team meeting .a meeting among managers 7. Off-site meeting . 2. (January 2008) Meetings are often held in conference rooms Meetings may be divided into many categories: 1. the field of Meeting Facilitation has formalized with an internationallyrecognized "Certified Professional Facilitator" designation through the International Association of Facilitators (IAF) Contents [hide] • • • • • • 1 Types of meetings 2 Meeting frequency options 3 Scheduling Meetings 4 Meeting Roles 5 See also 6 References  Types of meetings This article contains embedded lists that may be poorly defined.Because of their importance. 4. which are about reporting by one-way communication. Board meeting . generally Leader-led.
Options generally include the following: • A one-time meeting is the most common meeting type and covers events that are selfcontained. you need to be sensitive to diversity issues and the strengths and weaknesses of the members.10. The roles are: • • Leader Facilitator Note taker or Scribe Timekeeper • • In assigning meeting roles. there are also a variety of web scheduling services that facilitate the process by allowing the proposing of multiple times. such as a 5 week training meeting. or have an end date. The meeting organizer will either manage the scheduling themselves. but the agenda and topics to be covered vary.  Meeting Roles Meeting roles and responsibilities should be assigned before or after the meeting begins. These . such as a weekly team meeting. held every Friday afternoon. managing scheduling conflicts. Not every meeting must have this strict assignment list of roles. Attendance at the Pre-Bid Meeting may be mandatory. and automatically adjusting for time zones. For example. Pre-Bid Meeting . Kickoff meeting . The meeting organizer wants the participants to be at the meeting on a constant and repetitive basis. While they may repeat often. club or organization. Failure to attend usually results in a rejected bid  Meeting frequency options Since a meeting can be held once or often. The placeholder is the same. recorded. and orderly. The meeting is normally hosted by the future customer or engineer who wrote the project specification to ensure all bidders are aware of the details and services expected of them. A recurring meeting is a meeting that recurs periodically. Assigning these roles will help keep the meeting focused.is the first meeting with the project team and the client of the project to discuss the role of each team member 11. • •  Scheduling Meetings The traditional method of scheduling meetings is by phone or email. A series meeting is like a recurring meeting. the meeting organizer has to determine the repetition and frequency of occurrence of the meeting. church. This is more of a recurring meeting with the details to be determined. This can include a 2006 conference. One example of a series meeting is a monthly "lunch and learn" event at a company. A recurring meeting can be ongoing. the individual meeting is the entirety of the event. small and uncomplicated meetings may have one person that is both the leader and facilitator. on-time. The 2007 version of the conference is a stand-alone meeting event. You do not want to stereotype attendees into gender roles. such as an every Monday staff meeting from 9:00AM to 9:30 AM. having a separate leader and facilitator will allow the leader to focus on the content and the facilitator to look after the orderly process of the meeting. but the details differ from meeting to meeting.is a meeting of various competitors and or contractors to visually inspect a jobsite for a future project. But if the meeting structure allows. However. or delegate to an admin assistant.
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