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Setting an Agenda

Setting an Agenda
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ISBN: 978-87-403-0794-8
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Pages : 24
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About the book

  1. Description
  2. Preface
  3. Content

Description

An agenda represents far more than simply a list of items that need to be discussed. In fact, a well-planned agenda is the foundation for a productive meeting and has five distinct purposes, each of which has implications for organizational efficiency and for maintaining good relations with your co-workers and team members.

This eBook explains how to incorporate the five purposes of an agenda, as well as arranging your individual items effectively with realistic timescales for each one so your meeting aim is achieved.

Preface

An agenda represents far more than simply a list of items that need to be discussed. In fact, a well-planned agenda is the foundation for a productive meeting and has five distinct purposes, each of which has implications for organizational efficiency and for maintaining good relations with your co-workers and team members.

You will learn:

  • Why you should always insist that a meeting is run to an agreed agenda.
  • The five distinct purposes that are served by a successful agenda.
  • How to incorporate all of these into any agenda that you develop.
  • How to arrange individual items and allocate realistic timescales.
  • How each item for discussion should be specified.

Content

  1. The Purpose of an Agenda
    1. Decision Tool for Invitees
    2. A Guide to Aid Attendees to Prepare
    3. Provides a Structure for the Meeting
    4. An Aid to Controlling the Meeting
    5. A Measure of Success or Failure
  2. Designing an Agenda
    1. What Should an Agenda Item Look Like?
    2. Scheduling Meeting Breaks
    3. Agendas for Short Meetings
  3. Summary
  4. References
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