Meetings Are a Cycle, Not an Event

“A meeting is not only what happens once you’re all gathered in the same room. Each meeting goes through a complete cycle, beginning with preparation, moving to execution of the agenda, and ending with follow-through. Without proper attention paid to each element, the structure fails.”

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LORROS and Open Meeting Acts

HOA board meetings must be “open and public“ – actions may not be secret.
The HOA Brown Act is the Open Meeting Act, which now is extensively detailed regarding association meetings. The apparent aim of the act is valuable – to make the governance of associations more open and accessible to members.

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Who makes the decisions in your meetings?

How many meetings have you been to where one or two participants have virtually dominated the discussion (and got their way) simply by talking all the time and/or talking over other participants.  These other participants often have useful input but time does not...

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Didn’t we deal with this before?

Many times during a meeting you want to refer back to a previous meeting but the past minutes are not available at the current meeting or you just can't find them.  This can lead to a great deal of redundant discussion and a lot of wasted time. With LORROS you can...

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Web Meetings/Conference Calls are Great … But

Web meetings/conference calls are an essential and important tool for many non-profit and condominium board meetings … but The data above demonstrates that 21 minutes of every meeting is used (wasted) before the meeting even starts. The problem is that there is...

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