There is considerable debate over what should be included in minutes. Within limits, organizations may follow whatever rules they choose. Minutes may be as detailed as a transcription, or as concise as a bare list of the decisions made. Many stakeholders find a bare list of decisions frustrating, as they want more information about where individuals stood on particular issues. However, in a large group that deals with many different issues, it may be very difficult to present a happy middle ground. Consequently, most organisations go to either extreme, depending primarily on their notion of privacy and accountability (members may want to know who to blame). In general, if a question is included, you should also include the responses. Commonly though, many minute-takers omit this obvious and essential part of the record.
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