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What is an Agenda Contract?

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The Agenda Contract is made when the Agenda is reviewed and accepted. This agreement includes the items on the agenda, the order in which they are considered, and the time allotted to each. Unless the whole group agrees to change the Agenda, the Facilitator is obligated to keep to the contract. The Decision to change the agenda must be a Consensus, with little or no discussion.

 

Sources:On Conflict on Consensus 

Contributors: Amy Rothstein, C.T. Butler

Recommended Books: On Conflict on Consensus