Episode 251: Project Management Converts Ideas into Sustainable Reality (Free)
Episode 251: Project Management
Converts Ideas into
Sustainable Reality (Free)
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According to Harold Kerzner 90% of what we project managers do is
communicating. And a lot of this communication is done during project
meetings. It can sometimes feel like you are running from one meeting
to another and that your time is often wasted. Meetings don’t start on
time, the issues aren’t dealt with, there is no agenda, there is no focus,
nobody assigns any follow ups or tasks and of course then they also
don’t end on time.
But what if there were a way to make meetings much more productive?
Jeffrey Steinke (http://www.lessmeeting.com) thinks there is
and he has a lot of good suggestions for you. It all starts by
not having a meeting at all and taking things offline. And then
if you need to actually have a meeting, it requires planning
and follow through. You can look forward to our usual bucket
full of recommendations that you can apply on your project
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