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Parliamentary Procedure

The Rules 

Parliamentary Procedure is a set of rules to properly run a meeting to give everyone a chance to participate and influence decisions. Robert's Rules of Order are an excellent source to properly learn these procedures. The Procedure is called Parliamentary because by the end of the 1600's The British Parliament had perfected a set of rules to properly conduct a meeting.

Parliamentary Procedure covers the formation of an organization, election of officers, formation of bylaws, formation of committees, the holding of meetings: order of business, minutes, motions, voting on motions, etc.

Becoming familiar with Parliamentary Procedure will give any volunteer or professional the confidence needed to successfully run productive meetings.

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Visit our Shopping Mall to buy a copy of Robert's Rules in Plain English by Doris P. Zimmerman. A must have for meetings in larger organizations. Provides a just and fair set of rules to ensure everyone has a voice and meetings are conducted efficiently. This book is clearly written to aid in the interpretation of Robert's Rules of Order. This book is a premier resource for learning the techniques to properly run any meeting. Whether you are a volunteer in a Community Organization or Club; or a professional who must conduct a variety of meetings at work, this is the resource for you.

Additional Study

Robert's Rules of Order
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Cagle's Parliamentary Procedure 
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Last updated April 24, 2001
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