Are you tired of endless meetings? You’re not alone! Four tips for better and fewer meetings!
Meetings can be valuable, but they can be expensive! They drain your capacity and take time away from value-producing work, so it takes much longer to get things done.
What can you do to maximizes the “horsepower to the wheels” that move you and your organization forward?
A quick stand-up lets people figure out what needs attention and who needs to talk to whom. Same effect as a meeting, especially for large projects, but lower cost.
By implementing these strategies, you can help your organization be more efficient and effective.
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