Thursday, October 02, 2008


What is the information density of most meetings in corporate America?

Have you noticed that most meetings in and with folks from corporate America tend to not be very information dense? The savage practice of slowing down to the lowest common denominator most certainly aids in the productivity in the workplace. Consider that equally important is in ensuring that you don't have the right people in the meeting in the first place and therefore have to repeat yourself on multiple occasions across multiple meetings is status quo.

I better run to my next meeting...

James Robertson discussing the importance of Smalltalk

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