RE: Criteria for setting meeting agendas
From: Rob Sandelin (
Date: Mon, 29 Apr 2002 17:50:07 -0600 (MDT)
One of the check out your process is to hold a community wide evaluation.
You can do this on a paper survey, do it at a special meeting, do it online.
Then you have some data to work with in terms of whether your meeting
agendas are covering the right stuff. It is typical for a small minority to
not be happy about meetings, however it is a good goal to strive to improve.
By asking people regularily how meetings are going, you get fodder for some
things to work on.

Another thing to try out is to have an open agenda meeting. Where there is
no agenda, and just let stuff come up from the members. Some groups do this
one out of three meeetings just to stay on top of the important stuff.

Rob Sandelin

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