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72.Questions with more than one correct answer are better handled in meetings, while those with only one solution can usually be handled best by individuals. True False73.The textbook suggests that meetings are desirable when confusing or controversial information is being communicated. 74.An agenda should list specific goals so participants will have the opportunity to complete necessary preliminary work prior to the meeting.
75.An agenda that describes goals for each discussion can help ensure that meetings are outcome-driven rather than process-driven. 76.When you are opening a meeting, it is wise to identify the goals and provide necessary background information. True False77.It is inappropriate to discuss time constraints during the opening of a business meeting. 78.Parliamentary procedure slows down the pace of a meeting and obliges participants to spend some time deliberating on issues. 79.According to parliamentary procedure, the term "motion" refers to a "yes" vote on a proposal. 80.In parliamentary procedure, a "motion" requires a second in order to be considered by the group. True False81.The recommended method for starting a meeting is for the leader to ask a direct question of a quiet member. 82.An example of an overhead question is: "As you all know, we just received a $5,000 grant! We get to decide how to spend the money, as long as we can justify our reasoning. Would anyone like to make a suggestion?" 83.If a member asks a question, the leader can avoid commanding undue influence by relaying the question to the group. 84.If the agenda for a meeting has been covered, it is recommended that you fill up the remaining time with chatter. True False85.An effective relevancy challenge requests further explanation of an idea, without putting down the person who brought it up. 86.In almost all cases, meetings should be called to a close when the scheduled closing time has arrived, even if some items on the agenda haven't been discussed. 87.If a group realizes during a meeting that it needs more data to make an informed decision, the group should assign someone to get the information, set a new meeting date, and adjourn. 88.Even if the meeting has been productive, the leader should follow up on the assignments given to group members to be sure they are being performed. True False

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