Meetings. There are a lot of them, right?
You’d think with so much practice, we’d get better at holding genuinely useful meetings.
And yet, many of us have left lengthy meetings wondering exactly what the takeaways are, or why we were even there in the first place.
It doesn’t need to be this way.
By introducing some purpose, structure, and clarity, meetings can bring positive outcomes and create new ideas.
From Amazon’s “two-pizza rule” (never have a meeting where two pizzas couldn’t feed the room) to Steve Jobs’ aversion to slides, there are plenty of legendary “hacks” for more productive meetings out there.
Unfortunately, no list of tips…