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The Minuting of Meetings

Taking minutes of meetings is administrative good practice. It creates a record of what has been agreed, and by whom; and of what is to be done, by when and by whom. So it is surprising that there is relatively little formal guidance about how this might most effectively be done.

ICSA: The Governance Institute has recently been looking at the minuting of meetings, and we were struck by the changes in practice that have developed over time. While traditionally the proper purpose of minutes has been to provide a long-term, internal record of board meetings, for the benefit of the organisation, increasingly they are being seen as fulfilling additional functions.

Following our public consultation, ICSA is delighted to invite you to an evening briefing on the issue. Join us on Monday 19 September to hear from ICSA Policy and Research Director Peter Swabey and a panel of experts discussing the consultation findings, and for the formal launch of our new guidance.

This event is now fully booked.

CPD: 1 hour




To be confirmed

19 September 2016 — Fully booked


Doors open 6pm (for 6.30pm start), doors close 8.30pm


Saffron House
6-10 Kirby St
London, EC1N 8TS