Planning Meeting


Meeting breakdown

Title: Choose a clear and concise title that summaries the main idea of the memo.
Executive summary: In a few sentences, summarise the main points of the memo, giving the reader a sense of what the memo is about without requiring them to read the entire document.

Introduction: Provide context for the memo and explain why it is important.

Body: The main section of the memo, where you present your ideas and arguments in a logical and organised manner. Use clear, concise language and avoid jargon.

Conclusion: Summarise the main points of the memo and state your conclusion or recommendations.

Implications: Consider the potential implications of your ideas and arguments, and explain how they might impact the company or stakeholders.

Action items: Outline any specific actions or next steps that need to be taken as a result of the memo and meeting.
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