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I.C.E.
Model for Better Meetings
Created 2013
by Tom Curtis
Blogs: www.onimproving.blogspot.com
www.leanlicenseplates.tumblr.com
www.improvementmodels.tumb...
I.C.E. is a simple model
to help us make our
meetings more useful.
I.C.E.
• Intent
• Content
• Extent
intent
what is our purpose?
what are we trying to get done?
is this meeting the right mode to accomplish these items?
content
what is our agenda?
what is going to happen in the meeting?
is this meeting the right mode to accomplish these ite...
extent
who should be there?
how finite will the discussion be?
what is the output of this meeting?
where does the output go...
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I.C.E.: Model for Better Meetings

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A simple model to improve meetings. I.C.E. stands for Intent, Content, and Extent. These simple and easy to remember concepts will let us quickly assess any meeting.

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I.C.E.: Model for Better Meetings

  1. 1. I.C.E. Model for Better Meetings
  2. 2. Created 2013 by Tom Curtis Blogs: www.onimproving.blogspot.com www.leanlicenseplates.tumblr.com www.improvementmodels.tumblr.com www.corpsociology.tumblr.com www.ideamerchants.tumblr.com www.creativity-igniters.tumblr.com Presentations: www.slideshare.net/onimproving  Email: ideamerchants@gmail.com Instagram: onimproving Twitter: @onimproving
  3. 3. I.C.E. is a simple model to help us make our meetings more useful.
  4. 4. I.C.E. • Intent • Content • Extent
  5. 5. intent what is our purpose? what are we trying to get done? is this meeting the right mode to accomplish these items?
  6. 6. content what is our agenda? what is going to happen in the meeting? is this meeting the right mode to accomplish these items?
  7. 7. extent who should be there? how finite will the discussion be? what is the output of this meeting? where does the output go? is this meeting the right mode to accomplish these items?

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