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Meetings effectiveness

For over 4 years I was accustomed to the meetings making sense.

I knew that everyone coming to the meeting will accept or reject invitation, will come on time, will be prepared and will be constructive.

It would be simple when your company's boss name was Andy Groove: http://meetingsnet.com/strategy/cases/meetings_meeting_effectiveness/

Otherwise meetings become distorted, unorganized bunch of people presenting their statements whenever they manage to interrupt a statement of others, not listening others and not seeing any purpose of the meeting except that they can always say after the meeting that "look, I told you at the meeting that this can happen, you haven't listened to me, or you haven't reacted to what I said. You are stupid, you are the guilty!"

Effective meetings... how much I miss them,,,

 

piątek, 12 grudnia 2008, d_l_x

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