Robert’s Rules & Small Boards

Robert’s Rules of Order is designed to keep control of large groups or assemblies. Members must stand and be recognized by the chair, motions must be seconded, and members may not speak out of turn. However, sometimes that level of formality isn’t needed, especially when the assembly is a small number of board members.     Read the article…………


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