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Running a successful board meeting requires planning and discipline. Which in turn requires some experience and some guidelines. Without this preparation, you will waste precious time focusing on the wrong things. To help you orchestrate great board meetings, we pulled together a collection of well-tested guidelines that will make any early stage company board more productive. Key areas include:
Topics you should cover in a company’s first board meeting
A high level agenda for regular board meetings
Typical board calendar structure for early stage companies
An overview of the package of materials that are sent out in advance of a board meeting
An outline for a quarterly report to all investors.
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