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6 Big Gripes About Meetings (And How To Fix Them)

When I ask leaders, “What’s the No. 1 thing that wastes your time and hinders your productivity?” the nearly universal answer is “meetings.” Whether it’s wasteful meetings that don’t resolve anything, meetings where everybody talks just to hear themselves speak or meetings where decisions never get made, meetings are often hated and typically wasteful.
Posted by Mark Murphy on 20 February, 2017 Forbes, Meetings | 0 comments | Read more →

Video: Two Pizza Rule

One thing leaders don’t always consider in managing teamwork is what's the ideal size for a work team, a work group? Generally speaking, for the most productive teamwork, you want to follow what's known as the "two pizza" rule. The two pizza rule basically says you should never have a team or a work group that's bigger than what you can feed with two large pizzas.
Posted by Mark Murphy on 21 November, 2016 Meetings, Teamwork, Video | 0 comments | Read more →

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