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Elevate your meetings with a (free!) downloadable agenda template

Written by: Decisions

Recent studies suggest that 63 percent of meetings do not have an agenda. According to a Gartner survey of 7,000 respondents31 percent considered the failure to set and share an agenda as one of the top challenges to meeting productivity.

We believe meetings are the most important part of your day. They are the place where decisions are made, and important conversations take place. Decisions powers a superior meeting experience for users of Microsoft Teams and 365 to improve meeting culture, engagement and productivity to save time and make better decisions.

Agendas, for example, are the foundation of a productive meeting. A well-crafted agenda gives meeting attendees the tools they need to fully prepare for the meeting and arrive  ready to participate in highly collaborative discussions. 

Do your agendas have the critical elements for a strong meeting foundation?  

  • Topic name 
  • Topic details with notes and attachments  
  • Assigned presenters 
  • A realistic amount of time to cover each topic 
  • Set topic purpose – for information, discussion or decision (This helps attendees know the level of preparation they need to do per subject.)  
  • List of past due and upcoming tasks to review at the start of the meeting 


Decisions built a structured agenda template for Microsoft Teams and Outlook. Today, we are putting those same elements into a downloadable Word template. 

Get the Agenda Template

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Ready to Upgrade Your Meetings? 
Decisions improves meeting culture, engagement and productivity to save time and make better decisions, unlike unstructured meeting processes and those that rely on email to plan, run and follow-up. Our product powers a superior meeting experience for users of Microsoft Teams and 365.

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Topic(s): Meeting Tips

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