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To have an effective meeting: Know why you are meeting Publish an agenda ahead of time. Set meeting ground rules Use a parking lot Follow the agenda, end each item with agreement on next steps Know why you are meeting There are only a few reasons to have a meeting. Give information, make a decision, warm human contact. Know why you need this meeting, ...


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There are many techniques that can be applied in any combination. It depends on what works for your organization. These are: Make meetings a very scarce resource as if to make them well appreciated and carried out when only absolutely necessary. This makes people realize that this isn't just another meeting and it would rather be quite difficult to get ...


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Yes, there is a better option. You can schedule the interruption itself as being part of the Pomodoro. Recall that for tasks that take less than 25 minutes, the Pomodoro technique recommends batching. The classical application would be if you needed to make two different phone calls that would take about 10 minutes each -you would schedule them as one ...


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I won't directly answer your question, but this may be helpful, and it's too much for a comment. What you describe is a standard "daily stand-up meeting". This is a canonical component of the Scrum software development framework, but it also makes sense in other contexts. Typically, such a "daily scrum" has three agenda points for each participant: What ...



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