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Rules of Order

Rules of Order

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Getting Things Done Decently

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Order in the Court

Here is a simple guide to rules of order.

Rules that allow peaceful resolution of differences.

Rules that allow groups to get things done.

This class lays out Robert's Rules of Order in the simplest format possible, easy for anyone to learn, essential if you are a member of some club or other group that occasionally must agree on decisions, and especially essential if you are leader of such a group.

Nothing worthwhile ever gets done without order.

There can be no order without rules.

Rules decide who wins!

Includes

  • Why Learn Rules of Order?
  • What Order is Good
  • Making Motions
  • Which Motions Take Precedence?
  • Easy Rules of Order Chart
  • Conclusion
 
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