Robert's Rules of Order: The Original Manual for Assembly Rules, Business Etiquette, and Conduct

Henry Robert (Author) Chris MacDonald (Foreword by)
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Description

For parliamentarians and anyone involved in an organization, association, club, or group, there is only one guide to smooth, orderly, and fairly conducted meetings and assemblies. It's Robert's Rules of Order!

Robert's Rules of Order was originally published in 1876, as a guide for groups when they met to maximize the efficiency of their meetings and conduct their business in an orderly fashion. The book highlights how to properly motion for an argument or change, and the subsequent steps required for a motion to pass. Additionally, it elaborates on decorum, etiquette, voting procedures, positions within the group, and more.

With a new foreword by Chris MacDonald, author of The Business Ethics Blog, this edition is sure to provide readers with the most comprehensive version of Robert's classic guide. It's sure to make meetings run more smoothly, and help whatever your cause achieve greater success.

Product Details

Price
$12.99
Publisher
Clydesdale
Publish Date
October 31, 2017
Pages
200
Dimensions
6.4 X 0.9 X 4.7 inches | 0.45 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781945186400
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About the Author

Henry Martyn Robert was an American soldier, general, and, most famously, the author of Robert's Rules of Order. He wrote the book after being ashamed by how poorly he had run a church meeting. He passed away in 1923.

Chris MacDonald, PhD, is an educator, speaker, and consultant in the realm of business ethics. He writes the Business Ethics Blog, and teaches at the Ted Rogers School of Management, at Ryerson University in Toronto, where he is Director of the Jim Pattison Ethical Leadership Education & Research Program, at the Ted Rogers Leadership Center. He is also a Senior Fellow at Duke University's Kenan Institute for Ethics.