Coming from not Holacracy to Holacracy in my organisation recently, in my role of Facilitator of Tactical Meetings for our General Circle, there's a best practice from not Holacracy that doesn't seem to be present in Holacracy and it's causing a tension in me!
Taking an example of a not Holacracy organisation - in the equivalent of a Tactical Meeting, the minutes record actions. As meeting chair, an early meeting activity is to review the actions agreed last time or agreed in previous meetings and their status - that way actions get tracked and followed-through - there's continuity of intent across meetings. This is a particularly important discipline for Board Meetings.
It seems flakey to me that if a triaged issue was worthy enough to lead to an action recorded in a meeting then not to follow it's path to completion, abandonment or somewhere in-between damages the integrity of the Circle progressing its purpose.
As role holders are asked by the Facilitator "Any updates?" when it comes to Projects, what's Holacracy best practice/other experiences and practices when it comes to actions accepted in previous meetings?
Any comments very welcome!