- robert’s rules of order
- Book providing guidelines for managing official meetings.
American business jargon. 2014.
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Robert's Rules of Order — is the informal short title of a book containing rules of order intended to be adopted for use by a deliberative assembly. History and origins The first edition of the book, whose full title was Pocket Manual of Rules of Order for Deliberative… … Wikipedia
Robert's Rules of Order — (1876) Robert s Rules of Order est le nom d un ouvrage américain écrit par Henry Martyn Robert, traitant de la procédure parlementaire, c’est à dire des règles et convenances nécessaires au bon déroulement d une assemblée délibérante ou d une… … Wikipédia en Français
Robert's rules of order — est le nom d un ouvrage américain écrit par Henry Martyn Robert, traitant de la procédure parlementaire, c’est à dire des règles et convenances nécessaires au bon déroulement d une assemblée délibérante ou d une réunion. Histoire Henry Martyn… … Wikipédia en Français
Robert's Rules of Order — noun a book of rules for presiding over a meeting; written by Henry M. Martin in 1876 and subsequently updated through many editions • Instance Hypernyms: ↑order, ↑rules of order, ↑parliamentary law, ↑parliamentary procedure * * * Robert’s Rules… … Useful english dictionary
Robert’s Rules of Order — a small US book containing rules for running formal meetings, based on the procedures used in the British Parliament. It was first published in 1876 and has appeared since then in several new versions. It is used by the US Congress, businesses… … Universalium
Rules of order — NOTOC Rules of order, also known as standing orders or rules of procedure, are the written rules of parliamentary procedure adopted by a deliberative assembly, which detail the processes used by the body to make decisions.Rules of order consist… … Wikipedia
Robert's Rules — Most deliberative bodies, from the local parent teacher meetings to the U.S. Senate, rely on a book on parliamentary procedure that was written a long time ago. The book, now called Robert s Rules of Order, was first published in 1876 with the … Dictionary of eponyms
rules of order — noun a body of rules followed by an assembly • Syn: ↑order, ↑parliamentary law, ↑parliamentary procedure • Members of this Topic: ↑proposer, ↑mover • Hypernyms: ↑rule, ↑ … Useful english dictionary
Special rules of order — NOTOC A special rule of order is parliamentary procedure term for a rule adopted by the organization that relate to procedure or to the duties of officers within meetings.Explanation and UseSpecial rules of order (with a few exceptions) supersede … Wikipedia
Robert,Henry Martyn — Robert, Henry Martyn. 1837 1923. American army engineer and parliamentary authority. He designed the defenses for Washington, D.C., during the Civil War and later wrote Robert s Rules of Order (1876). * * * … Universalium