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Some good ideas for maintaining an orderly productive meeting:

  • Having a definite time limit and adjourn on time, through or not.
  • Have a chairman who knows parliamentary procedures and insists on following that due procedure.
  • Have an agenda and require all items to be placed on the agenda ahead of time.  Those not on it will not be discussed.
  • Do not allow one man or a small group to consume an undue portion of time.
  • Take time to inform and educate brethren as to what a business meeting is for; its true purpose and goals.

Preaching to Preachers about Preaching, John Waddey, pages 140, 141

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