Thoughts on Meetings

Meetings are a symptom of bad organization. The fewer meetings the better. — Peter F. Drucker

General Keys

Recognize introverts and extroverts.

In meetings include processes that focus on both introverted approaches (“alone time” for generating ideas) and extroverted approaches (“group time” for generating ideas). Some people think more effectively by themselves with no distractions, and some like the stimulation of other people. Most of us need both.

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