The Quaker Business Method is a way of organising and conducting business meetings used extensively in the Religious Society of Friends to run meetings, large and small. The method has been in use for over 350 years and helps reach decisions that everyone can agree to and not leave individuals feeling alienated.

The description below is taken from the Good Business: Ethics at Work publication.

Quaker Methods for Decision Making

Related links 

Statement of Business Principles

How to Participate in a Quaker Business Meeting - by Duncan Wallace

Decision making 'in the manner of Friends' - by David Boulton

The Friends’ decision-making process – a hidden gem? - by Nic Burton

Quaker Business Method Seminar - Peter Cheng

How Quaker Meetings Take Decisions - Quakers in Britain Leaflet

Quakers and Business is a charitable incorporated organisation in England and Wales No. 1157008 at 21 Papillons Walk, London SE3 9SF Quakers and Business Group is a Quaker Recognised Body in Britain (BYM).
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