[TheThinkTank] Robert's Rules of Order

Jeff Potter jeff at outyourbackdoor.com
Fri Sep 13 11:39:02 PDT 2019


I’ve worked on several boards of various sizes and they’ve all used Roberts Rules. This structure seems expandable to handle any size project. We also try adding some project management aspects — like each project gets a lead and action items and a close-out. — Jeff Potter / volunteer at Lansing Bike Co-op

> On Sep 13, 2019, at 2:35 PM, Todd Spinner <tspinner at gmail.com> wrote:
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> How many bike co-ops out there use Robert's Rules of Order or at least some form of that to run their meetings? It has been in our bylaws for a decade but we have not been using it and our meetings have suffered. We have one member who is questioning the value or even that there are successful organizations that use it effectively. If you have tried it and it did not work well, what has worked better?
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> Thanks,
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> Todd
> The Bike Project of Urbana-Champaign 
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> Todd Spinner
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