CHC Trial 30, March, 2015 (Day 108-Day 20 Tranche 6)

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Indeed, normally minutes of meeting should capture all the key decisions during a meeting.
However, for CHC, this wasn’t the case.
Their practice was to record decision which might not take place during the meeting itself.
Perhaps, that’s the reason for backdating of minutes of meeting.
Actually, I can understand where they came from.
In the case whereby church moved fast and circumstance kept changing, the board members might have needed to meet every now and then to make urgent decision. However, if the board members were not always free to attend the meeting, the solution is indeed like what CHC practiced before: to take decisions on the go and inform each other, not in a formal meeting room.

All the best, Pastor Tan!

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