Cut the annoyance factor in meetings

09/28/2009 |

To make meetings more meaningful, always have a written agenda so research and additional questions can be handled beforehand, Phil Gerbyshak writes. Also, start and end on time, stick to the agenda, reschedule if key people will be absent and distribute meeting minutes within a day, he writes.

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