Once a week, every week, you should have regularly scheduled meetings with your top clients – the retainers, the whales, the big projects. Same day, same time, every week. Be online during the meeting, on
For those who check in daily with us, and those who are just getting started: so far we’ve revealed the importance of ruthless timeliness, pre-meeting enforcement to cut off filibusters, and music for successful meetings.
We hate meetings. We hate them so much, we’re trying to make them better in every which way we can. Keeping them strictly on time, and innovate strategies to break the ramble-fests, are good early
Today we will take another view on how to shorten meetings and run them more effectively, that somewhat builds upon yesterday’s lesson. During and after his time in MBA school, The Morning Adam™ served for
Today and tomorrow, we will share two experiences that formed The Morning Adam™‘s approach to running effective meetings. The first goes back about 15 years, during our Editor-In-Chief’s time in MBA school. One of his