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Topics: Management, Meetings, Agenda Pages: 13 (1808 words) Published: February 12, 2014
Course Name:
BSB40507 Certificate IV in Business Administration
Unit Name:
BSBADM405B Organise meetings
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Kristian Kuczmierowski
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S  NS 
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C 

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Assessment 3
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Assessment Task 1: Test: Make meeting arrangements
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Assessor’s Name
Safayet Hossen

Written quiz
Please provide answers to the questions below.
1.Name three types of meeting and their purposes and three ways that meetings can be conducted. Meeting


The process of working through details of a problem to reach a solution.

-Kristian Kuczmierowski / top level management
-middle level management

The thought process of selecting a logical choice from the available options. When trying to make a good decision, a person must weight the positives and negatives of each option, and consider all the alternatives. For effective decision making, a person must be able to forecast the outcome of each option as well, and based on all these items, determine which option is the best for that particular situation.

-Kristian Kuczmierowski / top level management
-middle level management

feedback (reacting and evaluating )

The overall goal of the feedback meeting is to have a better understanding of how each department works, illustrate what the department is doing well, and explore where the department needs assistance. In addition, all parties should provide feedback to each other as a means to better not only the specific department but also the company.

-Kristian Kuczmierowski / top level management
-middle level management

2.What does a meeting code of practice cover, and why do organisations have them? It is essential that meetings be conducted in a consistent manner and that all participants have a clear understanding of the rules under which they are expected to operate. Example: Code of Practise:

- Everyone is expected to be on time – not 5 min. before/after! - All meetings should be made through the shared calendar
- If meetings should be postponed, advise the invitees by e-mail - Send out agenda prior to the meeting
- Dedicate responsibilities for each participant, if such exists - Mobile phones not allowed or muted
- Laptops should only be used for related work during meeting - Be prepared
- Don’t leave the meeting before it ends
- Conclude and evaluate meeting and next step responsibilities

3.Describe two types of legislation that affect meeting requirements and describe how they might impact on meeting arrangements. a. Common Law - this type of law is determined by Judges and Magistrates through decisions  that are made in court and on the principles implicit in those decisions rather  than on written laws i.e. the laws of negligence and duty of care

b. Statutory Law  -  
this type of law is set down by Act of Parliament – it is a law that has been enacted by government and may refer to a single law or a collective body of enacted law i.e.  Child Care Service Act (State Law); Privacy Act (Commonwealth Law).

4.List three requirements of public meetings.
a. preanouncment
b. public place
c. audience has rights to disclose any information in any media

5. List the requirements that you would need to know prior to organising a meeting. Meeting Notice
Meeting Agenda
Last meeting minutes
Computer, pen, pencil
the objectives for the meeting:
 What is the aim of the meeting? Brainstorming or creative session, assessment of the year...
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