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blackboard teacher jack blackWe have invested in many first time founding teams that have never participated in a board meeting before.

To make them useful it’s good to be prepared and engage your board.

Here is an outline I like to use. Of course there can be different versions of this depending on the stage of the company, but for early stage, I think the following works pretty well:

1. Overview and metrics
2. Product update and roadmap
3. Staffing
4. Objectives for the year and progress against those goals

To read the full, original article click on this link: How To Run An Early-Stage Board Meeting

Author: Bijan Sabet