Types; How To Plan and Run
Meetings should not be
A typical staff meeting is often a boring
uncreative process. At such a meeting, a formal, professional atmosphere
is combined with a meeting agenda to keep people "focused," or "on track."
The meeting manager fails to ask for
creating ideas, even at the most opportune points. In such meetings,
the participants get bored, and freewheeling is bound to
Company Director to Board Chairman: If any
new ideas come up while I am out of the meeting for a brief phone call,
my vote is 'No.'
If you call a meeting to set some
then follow up to see if the goals are achieved. At the
next meeting, discuss what have been achieved before
having another long-range planning session, There should
be a relentless consistency, not jumping around.
A Model of a
● Daily stand-up meetings – 2 minutes every
morning so everyone knows where they are
Weekly retro meetings –
on what we
can improve every week and make sure it is