Network briefing - Minute-taking

Board meetings are the highest level decision-making forum within an organisation. The primary purpose of the minutes from board meetings is to provide an internal record of decisions made within the organisation, but more frequently they are being used for other purposes also. Minutes form the ‘corporate memory’ of an organisation. ICSA: The Governance Institute has recently revised its guidance on good practice in minute-taking and this briefing note outlines the main points of this new guidance.

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Network briefing - Minute-taking

Board meetings are the highest level decision-making forum within an organisation. The primary purpose of the minutes from board meetings is to provide an internal record of decisions made within the organisation, but more frequently they are being used for other purposes also. Minutes form the ‘corporate memory’ of an organisation.

ICSA: The Governance Institute has recently revised its guidance on good practice in minute-taking and this briefing note outlines the main points of this new guidance.

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