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Why Meetings Management Policies Are Typically Not Mandated

I recently had an epiphany on why something I can’t imagine wouldn’t be required—the strategic meeting management program (SMMP)—often is not. Do you agree with my conclusions?

Over the years I have written numerous articles about designing and implementing meetings management programs, and in all those years I have been consistently perplexed as to why organizations do not mandate the need to follow the meetings policy.

Well, the other day I had an epiphany while presenting a

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