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Board Meeting - 24 July 2022

Notice of the Agenda for the APPVA Board Meeting on Sunday 24 July 2022
22 Jul 2022
Written by Ian Lindgren

It is good practice to be transparent and publish a company's board meeting agenda and minutes and this news story provides readers with a copy of the agenda for the board meeting that will be held this Sunday.   The agenda for this weekend's meeting can be downloaded here.  The only people that attend board meetings are the six board members.  All members can attend a general meeting.

The key thing for everyone to remember is that the board sets the strategy for the company and holds the management committee accountable to achieve it.   So, if you think of your normal workplace, you never see the board except for those that get the board pack ready for them.   This is the strategic level of business and the meetings do not get into the day to day running of the company.  Typically, the meetings are completed in less than an hour.

The people you do see in your workplace are the CEO/MD and the other people with positions of responsibility, as well as your work colleagues.   This is the Day to Day Level of business and the APPVA's Management Committee is accountable to run the company on a day to day basis.  Therefore, these meetings are in more detail, held monthly and the four members of the Executive hold a meeting each Friday as well as catch up daily.  These two levels of business are shown below and come from our web page..

We will talk more about the Annual General Meeting to be held at 330pm on 13 September 2022 more closer to the event and we will post the Minutes on our website next week.

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