Meeting agendas are documents that outline the topics to be covered during a meeting, along with the order in which they will be discussed. Meeting agendas typically include details such as the date, time, and location of the meeting, as well as a list of attendees and any necessary materials or resources. They may also include goals or objectives for the meeting, time frames for each topic, and any follow-up action items or next steps. Effective meeting agendas can help to keep meetings organized and productive, ensure that all necessary topics are covered, and provide a clear framework for discussion and decision-making. Proper management of meeting agendas requires clear communication and planning, as well as the ability to adjust the agenda as needed based on feedback and outcomes.