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If You Can’t Say What Your Meeting Will Accomplish, You Shouldn’t Have It

If You Can’t Say What Your Meeting Will Accomplish, You Shouldn’t Have It

Harvard Business Review - Bob Frisch, Cary Greene

How many times have you walked out of a theoretically important meeting—a leadership offsite, a C-suite pow-wow, a sit-down with the board—thinking, That was a great discussion, but I’m not sure we really accomplished anything? More often than not, the problem lies not in what did or didn’t happen …

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