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Hello friends and welcome back to our channel nursery diversity you are watching the business writing skills tutorial and in this video you will learn about the example of minutes of meeting not to recall what we learnt in the previous video let's see what is M om om om stands for minutes of meeting which can be defined as the written record of everything that was discussed during a meeting as I told you in the previous video also that meeting minutes are written so that the people who are absent or the people who are present should know that what was discussed in the previous meeting we also discussed the format of M om let's see what was the format of M om you have to write the name of the company the date and topic on the top of mo M the name of the company is written at the left side the date is written at the right side the topic is written center-aligned attendees and absentees are written as name and designation in a table like for MIT and the Epson T's reason are also mentioned that why they were absent now you have to write a gender tent at the topic which needs to be discussed the issues raised thought what was the issues that were raised during that meeting after writing would these things you have to write the suggestions that after raising issues what suggestions were made by people you have to write that also in a table like format lake with speaker give with suggestion and at last you have to write the decision made and the tasks allotted to each and every people now at last you have to mention the future meetings the date and time decided for the next meeting it is very important to write it because the suggestions made have to be discussed in the next meeting also that heavy that they have been implemented or not now we are going to see an example so in this example I have written the name of the company in the left that is XYZ Private Limited 86 by 240z b.c colony it's the address and at last you have to write the pen code and the phone number at the right side you have to mention the day and in center alignment you are going to mention meeting with Accounts Department at 3:00 p.m. so why will you gathered what were the people who are in the meeting you have to write this now below this you have to write attendees and absentees in a table like format like name and designation epson t is also as name designation and reasons suppose someone is absent due to marriage or a function then you have to write reason in due to family function or someone was ill and you have to mention that due to disease or illness next after mentioning the attendees and absentee you have.


What is the cause of gravity? Could it be how objects with more mass attract other objects to try to distribute their energy even out the tension, like how water fills its capacity?
Gravity in Newton physics is due to the presence of mass,just like the charge is the cause of electrical field ,and then electric force,so ,the presence of mass causes a gravitational field,which has a force,it affects any other mass within its domain,its moderator is a postulated boson, encoded as graviton,not detected yet.This is a classical concept to gravity , it is a limit ,or an approximation ,to the gravity defined by the general relativity(as spacetime curvature),when the energy-momentum tensor in Einstein equation approches the mass density.
What percentage of a total group has to fill out a poll to make it a representative sample?
I’m used to dealing with enormous population in which you don’t look at the percent, but at total absolute numbers.Depends on the margin of error you can accept as well as the proportion you might expect. For example• if you are doing a poll between two candidates for public office and its a 50/50 chance, you can:Error = 1.96 * sqrt (0.5*0.5/Number of people)Number of people = 1.96^2*.5*.5/Error^2Let’s say you want no more than a 3% error. Do the math, you’ll need about 1068 people.Now let’s say you want no more than 3% error but one of the candidates is a neo-Nazi. So now instead of 50/50, maybe you expect a 10/90.Number of people = 1.96*2*0.1*0.9/Error^2The sample drops to 385.As the expected results get close to 0, the number of people you need will drop.Just one other caution - beyond the math, you need to make sure that your sample is large enough to capture the variability of the population. If you’re polling an area that is 100% white rural people, there isn’t much variability. If you’re polling an area that is multiracial, multigender, whatever, there’s going to be a lot of variability in your population. Even if the math says to get a certain number of people, variability = less precision and in those circumstances I would get more than the math requires - just to be on the safe side.
What amount of work (filling in forms, meeting minutes, etc.) is needed to form a limited company in the UK?
I started a limited company when I was 16, not having any idea about the technicalities of setting one up, such as the financial figures and tax etc.I went through the Companies House, which is the official government website for setting a ltd company up (it takes 48 hours for the paperwork to be processed)So the actual filling in of the paperwork and the application details was extremely straightforward. All you need to know are the following:Company name and addressOfficer details - this is you (if you're the founding director) and your company secretaryShare capital and shareholder detailsThis took me around 45 minutes to fully complete, with the majority of this time being spent on trying to get other shareholder information (which you need in place of a signature.)Setting up for tax is a slightly different matter, but is also very straight forward through the relevant government website.So in summary.It takes between 45 - 60 minutesThe paperwork is easyIt costs £15 as opposed to the extortionate price that a company would charge to 'help' you set it upHope this helps!
If it takes ten minutes to fill 5/12 of a tank, how many minutes will it take to fill the rest of this rate?
Before I start, thanks for the A2A, Eshwar Lal.Before doing anything else, first we have to find how much the tank fills up in a minute. To do this, we have to divide 5/12 by 10, which would result in 5/120, or 1/24. Since 1 is a full tank, we would set up an equation that looks like this: (1/24)m = 1. In this case, m is how many minutes it takes to fill up a tank. To solve this, we have to divide both sides by 1/24, or multiply by 24. That results in m = 24, meaning it takes 24 minutes to fill the tank.tl,dr Once we do some math stuff it takes 24 minutes to fill the tank
I have created a registration form in HTML. When someone fills it out, how do I get the filled out form sent to my email?
Are you assuming that the browser will send the email? That is not the way it is typically done. You include in your registration form a input type=submit and use PHP or whatever on the server to send the email. In PHP it is PHP: mail - Manual But if you are already on the server it seems illogical to send an email. Just register the user immediately.
Is there a service that will allow me to create a fillable form on a webpage, and then  email a PDF copy of each form filled out?
You can use Fill which is has a free forever plan.You can use Fill to turn your PDF document into an online document which can be completed, signed and saved as a PDF, online.You will end up with a online fillable PDF like this:w9 || FillWhich can be embedded in your website should you wish.InstructionsStep 1: Open an account at Fill and clickStep 2: Check that all the form fields are mapped correctly, if not drag on the text fields.Step 3: Save it as a templateStep 4: Goto your templates and find the correct form. Then click on the embed settings to grab your form URL.
What is the best way of keeping track of meeting minutes from daily standups, customer meetings, etc., with basic input and categorization functionality? Would you suggest Google Docs, separate files, a CRM system, or emailing to myself?
The answer to this questions is going to depend a lot on your technology preferences and your organization. The key process that need to be addressed by any  solution you choose are:Note Taking - Recording notes and decisions.Action Items - Recoding action items and tracking state.Collaboration - Collaboratively Distributing/Sharing notes with all meeting participants.Caveat: My company, LessMeeting.com , has built a solution focused on what you are asking about, but I will try to keep my points below agnostic from LessMeeting.Note Taking:Needs:  Fast note taking.Need to be able to support multiple note takers.Need Some security controls around notes and who can see them.Potential tools: OneNote (if you are a microsoft user) - Very fast allows for organization of notes.  Also support audio recording with corresponding note time-stampingEvernote - Great note taking tool http://www.evernote.com/Meeting Mix - Pretty good all in one tool, also support agenda sharing  http://meetingmix.comTextpad /TextMate- Fast light weight non-intrusive, requires that you manage your notes in txt files or export to another collaborative environment.-Google Docs - Also supports collaborative note taking.Agreedo (http://www.agreedo.com): supports creation of meeting minutes and tracking the results.Usage Recommendation Tips: Have consistent templates and formatting that you and you team-mates use for taking notes.Trying to transcribe audio from a meeting typically does not work very well because of the amount of words spoken,  taking good notes means that you summarize key points as necessaryThe person taking the minutes needs to understand the context of the discussion, don't assign note taking to someone who has no idea what the conversation is about.Tracking of Action Items: Needs:You need to be able to have some way of tracking state of action items.Need a way to indicate Owners and Due dates.Potential Tools: You can use the same tools described above to keep a text based list of action items.  You can keep them in the notes and track their state there.Spreadsheet (google doc or excel) Action Item registers - Alternately you can create a spreadsheet to track all of your action items that come out of meetings for a project or team.Usage Recommendation Tips: The action item tracking tool should contain fields "action item" "owner" "created date" "due date" "status" "source meeting" "notes"One of the problems that you may run into is that action items will be strewn across multiple documents or action item registers.Collaboration:Needs: Need a shared place where you can give access to notes.Need to be able to support multiple note takers.Need Some security controls around notes and who can see them.Potential tools: Google Docs is great for this, it allows concurrent note takes. Although the permissions around granting access to each doc can be burdensome.Wikis, SharePoint, or confluence are great tools for collaborativelyShared documents on dropbox or another folder sharing toolBasecamp - ok simple interface, good for project based notes.Time BridgeMeeting Sense.Meeting MixUsage Recommendation Tips: For recurring meetings, you should using a single file or pageAlways assign one person to take notes for the meeting and posting them to the collaboration space
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