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>: A co-worker is looking for a template or basic outline for creating a
>: "Charter" for things like a Corporation, an Organization, a Team, etc.
>: I quickly looked through The Chicago Manual of Style (CMS) index and
>: found nothing obvious.
>: Any information you can share is appreciated.
See "Documents to Manage By," Leslie H. Matthies, The Office Publications,
Inc., ISBN 0-911054-0605. He calls 'em "Statements of Work" and has a lot
of good wisdom on doing them right.
John Gear (catalyst -at- pacifier -dot- com)
The Bill of Rights--The Original Contract with America
Accept no substitutes. Beware of imitations. Insist on the genuine articles.