1. Sometimes necessary and often overused gatherings of workers for the exchange of ideas and information.
Fact: No one pays attention in meetings. So, to get ahead, you need to not pay attention better than everyone else.
By Matt McCue
Not paying attention in a meeting is arrogant.
By Justin Kunkel
Facing a hairy problem or business challenge? Introducing the “strategic conversation” — a method for getting out of your normal headspace to spark new ideas, and most importantly, action.
By Lisa Kay Solomon
Bring data, use "first principles thinking," and other ways three top technology CEOs run a tight (but effective) meeting.
By David Fallarme
If you're always reacting, you're never in control of your day. Fight back with a daily prioritization check-in.
By Scott McDowell
How Toyota skyrocketed to success with the "Lean" meeting.
By Matthew E. May
Criticism can sting. Avoid becoming defensive and instead give a measured response to ensure a productive conversation.
By Mark McGuinness
Admit your anxiety up front, avoid casting blame, and other tips on easing the uncomfortableness of sensitive conversations with creative egos.
Will Turnage tells us how R/GA uses a “Technology First” mindset to unleash its most creative ideas.
By Carmel Hagen