Tuesday, December 18, 2007

In Search of the Perfect Meeting by Tom Krattenmaker

I've recently added Harvard Business School Working Knowledge to my recommended readings. It is a very valuable resource for business leaders everywhere.

As some of you know I've been posting a series on how to make more time by examining the biggest time consumers in our lives. I believe meetings answer that criteria and I've posted my thoughts on the matter a couple of days ago.

Yesterday I ran into an article by Tom Krattenmaker for HBS which has some excellent advice on the how to make every meeting pay off by weighing the value and cost, avoiding meetings altogether, discouraging politics and more. If you were interested in my post I believe you'll find this article at least as interesting.

Related Posts:
1. 8 Tips for Efficient, Time Saving Use of Cellular Phones - How to Make More Time Post #2
2. 15 Tips for Saving Time on Emails - How to Make More Time Post #1
3. How to Make More Time - A Series of Posts on the Biggest Time Consumers and the Efficient Ways to Deal with Them
4. Managerial decision making and the decision process

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