Excellent article on how to design meeting that can be productive. Key takeaway – Ask three questions before every meeting:
- Who is going to be in the room and what are their needs? (Team)
- Who won’t be in the room but will nevertheless be affected by the meeting and what are their needs? (Ripples)
- In what broader culture and environment are you operating and what are some of the overarching challenges and opportunities? (Stakeholder impact – Team, Environment, Partners, Customers, Suppliers, Competitors, Society)
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