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Based on David Allen's 5 reasons to meet...a little diagnostic presentation you can use to frame a change around regularly scheduled meetings that are missing the mark.

Based on David Allen's 5 reasons to meet...a little diagnostic presentation you can use to frame a change around regularly scheduled meetings that are missing the mark.

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  • Meetings Waste of time or essential communication vehicle?
  • Communication: process that allows exchange information of by several methods
  • Methods of communication
  • Conversation
  • Written
  • Visual
  • Auditory
  • What method of communication is best for your environment?
  • 5 Reasons to meet….
  • 1) Give Information
  • Is this the best way to give information?
  • Consider…
  • Attendance
  • 2) Get information
  • Is this the best way to get it?
  • 3) Develop Options
  • How often is everyone’s opinion needed to develop options?
  • 4) Make Decisions
  • Are the people at the meeting the ones accountable for making the decision?
  • 5) Warm magical human contact
  • Does this meeting serve this purpose?
  • One of the worst reasons to meet….
  • Regularly Scheduled Meeting
  • Do we need to meet?
  • Challenge: getting balance between wasting time and keeping informed
  • 3 Options
  • 1. Continue with status quo- this is working well!
  • 2. Improve regular meetings
    • Improve topic screening
    • Include clarity on reason to meet
    • Facilitated dialogue
  • 3. Dissolve these meetings
    • Replace with quarterly strategy update/team building meeting