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< previous page page_227 next page > Page 227 Figure 10.2 The structure of West Newton Executive Committee was serviced by the Deputy General Secretary of the CVS, and was made up of five Executive representatives and a voting staff representative. Other ad hoc groups were occasionally set up by the Executive to oversee and report on particular developments. Items found their way on to the agenda of Executive Committee meetings from a variety of places. They could emerge from the
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General Secretary, from the Finance Committee, the ad hoc groups, from core-staff members heading areas of work, or simply as Executive submissions (especially from the Chair and Executive members on outside committees). There was some filtering of the
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Unformatted text preview: items for discussion, usually by the General Secretary, but nevertheless the agenda was severely overloaded. Meetings had become lengthy and acrimonious. It was felt, by both Executive and staff, that the Committee was not providing the direction required. Two-thirds of the issues that came up for discussion concerned "management" rather than the policy matters on which the Executive was supposed to concentrate. After Executive meetings, minutes would be circulated to all section heads for discussion. The General Secretary and Deputy General Secretary < previous page page_227 next page >...
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2011 for the course MGT 03 taught by Professor Kasra during the Spring '11 term at Tanta University.

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