Board management software solutions specialists eBOARDsolutions launched a report on the 8 most crucial aspects of taking board meeting minutes, to improve board management with practical tips. Go to https://eboardsolutions.com/board-meeting-minutes-8-things-you-should-never-miss for more information.
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Better Meeting Minutes Instantly
Are you constantly questioning your minute taking during big board meetings? Struggle
to remember everything you need to note? Take a look at this updated report from
eBoardsolutions for all the tips and tricks you need to perfect your minute taking!
Designed to improve board management and help minute
takers to efficiently cover the most crucial aspects of a board
meeting, the report features practical suggestions for
gathering useful data.
The newly updated report has been put together to tackle the
most common issues with board meeting minutes, from
including details such as the date and time, to the type of
meeting taking place.
In a fast-paced, hectic work environment, it
can be easy to overlook something as simple
as correctly noting details in board meeting
minutes - especially when participation in the
meeting itself can seem to take precedence.
Effective minute taking is a crucial aspect
of board management, as the minutes are
an historical account of actions taken by
the board and can be used to measure
progress and drive accountability.
The report explains the most common mistakes made by minute-takers, and
outlines 8 clear rules on how you can structure board meeting minutes, what
information you should include and how to note it.
eBOARDsolution's report also provides
examples of how board meeting minutes
should read when recording motions and
votes, showing whether motions are passed
and with what majority for the historical
The report has been summarized in a one-
pager by eBOARDsolutions, in line with the
company's commitment to deliver effective
board management solutions.
“There’s a lot of confusion around what the meeting minutes represent. The minutes are the official
record of the proceedings of the organization, not a journal or a diary. Minutes should only include the
actions, and a way for someone reading them five years from now to discern what took place.”
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