Anatomy of a Great Small Meeting

If you're like most people, you're not thrilled with every meeting you attend. There's a reason for this. Great meetings don't just happen automatically — they're designed. Producing a great small meeting is like producing a great product. You don't just start building it. You start by designing it, planning it, and thinking about what people, equipment, and processes are needed to make it successful.

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