Keep your meetings running smoothly by knowing the official Robert's Rules of Order! The 11th edition of this classic work, this edition has re-edited, expanded, and updated many topics and now supersedes previous editions. New changes include clarified procedures for adopting an agenda, more fully explained rules for counting ballots & resolving election disputes; guidance for dealing with misconduct; and more. Study up on the rules for a deliberative assembly, motions, meetings and sessions, main and subsidiary motions, quorums, voting, conventions, and other elements of meeting! 716 indexed pages, softcover. 6.5" x 4.25" x 1.5".
Roberts Rules of Order is the book on parliamentary procedure for parliamentarians and anyone involved in an organization, association, club, or group and the authoritative guide to smooth, orderly, and fairly conducted meetings and assemblies. This newly revised edition is the only book on parliamentary procedure to have been updated since 1876 under the continuing program of review established by General Henry M. Robert himself, in cooperation with the official publisher of Roberts Rules. The eleventh edition has been thoroughly revised to address common inquiries and incorporate new rules, interpretations, and procedures made necessary by the evolution of parliamentary procedure, including new material relating to electronic communication and "electronic meetings."
Sarah Corbin Robert was the daughter-in-law of the original author and the trustee of Roberts Rules of Order, Revised. She headed the authorship team that produced the most extensive general revision of the work. Henry M. Robert III is the grandson of General Henry M. Robert and has served as president of the Maryland Association of Parliamentarians and as parliamentarian for the National Association of Parliamentarians (NAP). William J. Evans, a retired attorney, was president of NAP from 1979 to 1981 and has also served as its parliamentarian. Daniel H. Honemann is an attorney in Maryland and a past president of the Maryland Association of Parliamentarians. Thomas J. Balch is a lobbyist and legislative analyst based in Washington, DC, who also served as parliamentarian for NAP.