How many times have you dreaded going to a meeting either because you viewed it as a waste of time or because you weren’t prepared. Dread no longer: Read This Before Our Next Meeting not only explains what’s wrong with “the meeting,” and meeting culture, but suggests how to make meetings...
Brad Garlinghouse: Former Sr. VP at Yahoo who famously wrote an internal memo (since leaked) describing - among other things - the poor meeting culture.
David Heinemer Hansson: From 37 Signals, believe meetings are toxic because they break workdays into a series of work moments when achieving a flow can take long periods of focus and interruptions force us to start over each time.
Peter F. Drucker: Management guru that tells us that meetings are by definition a concession to deficient organization. We either meet or work. We can't do both at the same time.
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