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"After your group is recruited, the first task for the group is to design the process by which the problem with be resolved. As an example, if the group is the board of a non-profit agency the path to consensus is the organizational by-laws often implemented through Roberts Rules of Order."
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Articles on Parliamentary Procedure

An Army Engineer Brought Order to Church Meetings and Revolutionized Parliamentary Procedure
Meetings can be lively, heated, even rancorous affairs, and church meetings, as anyone who has attended them can attest, are no exception. Twenty-five year old Army Engineer Henry Martyn Robert found this out while stationed in New Bedford, Massachusetts in 1862-63, recovering from a tropical fever he had contracted in Panama. A deeply religious Baptist, he was unexpectedly asked to chair a meeting of the local Baptist Church. The challenge proved formidable.

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Web-based resources

American Institute of Parliamentarians
The general purpose of the American Institute of Parliamentarians is to work for the improvement of parliamentary procedure to the end that decisions are made by parliamentary means rather than by violence or by dictatorial actions, and that mankind will learn to live in peace through effective implementation of sound democratic principles.

Robert's Rules Online
An online version of the fourth edition of the book.

The National Association of Parliamentarians
The National Association of Parliamentarians, founded in 1930, is the largest non-profit organization of professional parliamentarians in the world. Headquartered in Independence, Missouri, the association helps organizations of all sizes conduct business efficiently through education and advocacy of effective meeting procedures and the accreditation of meeting professionals.

Robert's Rules of Order Motions Chart

The Basics of Robert's Rules of Order





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