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Delegate actions to one or more other people

I was present in the meeting, and accepted the action, but I need someone else to actually execute it.  I would like to be able to delegate, without losing that I am responsible and accountable to report back to the board. 

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  • Jan 16 2017
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    Guest commented
    10 Sep 22:50

    I find that we need to be able to assign a single action to multiple board members

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    Guest commented
    29 Aug 05:46

    I also would like to be able to assign an Action to more than one Owner. That may be two directors, or perhaps a director and the CEO or all of the Board. Having one Owner only is very restrictive.

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    Guest commented
    September 12, 2019 04:53

    We often have multiple board members assigned to one task to work together as a group. Plus sometimes a task is for ALL board members e.g. Review and respond to a document within a time period. 

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    Guest commented
    June 07, 2017 21:20

    Hi Brett
     
    I remembered the minor enhancement that would be good that we were talking about yesterday.   It is when it comes to “actions”, it would sometimes be good to add more than one person to that particular action.  Something to maybe look at if you haven’t already done so.
     
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