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Ten Quick Ways to Improve Board Meetings

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  • George Lessard
    Ten Quick Ways to Improve Board Meetings TEN QUICK WAYS TO IMPROVE BOARD MEETINGS When we think about the boards we re on, we usually think about the board
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      Ten Quick Ways to Improve Board Meetings

      TEN QUICK WAYS TO IMPROVE BOARD MEETINGS When we think about the
      boards we're on, we usually think about the board meetings-which says
      a lot about the importance of having good meetings. Make a resolution
      to implement one of...

      Related articles from the Board Café Archives:
      The Strategic Board Agenda (Feb 00), http://www.boardcafe.org/bc2000_02.html
      Annual Report from a Board Committee (Nov 97),
      Should the Board Hold Executive Sessions? (Oct 98),
      Board Meeting Packets (Jan 01), http://www.boardcafe.org/bc2001_01.html
      Where Should the Board President and the Executive Director Sit?
      (Oct 99), http://www.boardcafe.org/bc1999_10.html
      Consent Agenda (June 00), http://www.boardcafe.org/bc2000_06.html

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