Meeting waste is causing companies billions of dollars every year. How can we spend more time getting work done, and less time meeting?
What happens with the information from a meeting? Where does it go? How many different interpretations of the meeting get passed around the organization?
Whatever is NOT fun, is exactly the thing that’s going to make it fun! How does this work? The key is to get curious.
Project managers ensure that things don’t fall between the cracks by coordinating and tracking each and every connection. In an increasingly complex world, this has become a herculean task. What we flipped the Project Manager’s role on its head?
Technology is given us the ability to measure everything, and we’ve become hooked like addicts. Is all this measuring helping us or hurting us?
A meeting that is getting in the way of productivity, is a sure way to torture people. How can you make sure any meeting you attend is a productive one?
Can you leverage the value of a daily standup if you are not an Agile team? How can you super-charge the traditional daily standup format?
“Was that conference worth it?” Everything you do gives you some value. It’s worth it because you make it worth it. Let's talk about how to find the gems that are hidden everywhere.
How much of your meeting time is taken up by people who aren’t saying anything? And conversely, how many people have something to say but never get a chance? Why do meetings fall out of balance like this, making unlimited space for drivel and no room for real ideas?
Why do techies talk in a way that no one can understand? And why do techies wonder, "why don’t my business partners seem to understand the importance of what I’m saying?"