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The Board Meeting Process

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Board meetings provide a space for the diverse opinions of board members to be exchanged and for issues to be examined from multiple perspectives. The wide range of perspectives, as well as the nature of the discussions may make it difficult to navigate the meeting without losing time or skipping important details.

The director who is the presiding officer of a board should provide an agenda in advance to all participants, including an explanation of the goal and structure of the meeting. The agenda should be disseminated at minimum 24 hours prior to the meeting to allow directors the time to go through it thoroughly. This is essential to keeping the meeting on track and on time. Anyone with issues to discuss must submit them prior to the meeting so that they can be included in the agenda and discussed during the actual meeting.

During the meeting the board members discuss and decide on the best way to deal with issues that directly impact the business. For instance the board could decide to shut down an entire division or expand into a different territory or retain profits instead of giving them away to shareholders. The chief officers take the decisions after they’ve been made. They then relay these details to their departments.

It is important to remember that the management of the business is almost always delegated to the board. This can be done in a unanimous manner or by the majority vote at the board meeting. This means that it is the duty of every board member to make sure that their decision is in the best interests of the company.

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