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Issue #16

by Ross Chapman

Getting The All-Hands Right

"Meetings pull people off of important tasks and slow productivity. If people aren’t on the same page, I would look at project management and other management techniques being used in the organization and have team leaders convey important information. I would use the all hands meeting for only big things like a merger, change in benefits, serious HR issues." John Cutler writes about how all-hands meetings can disrupt productivity, so when you do meet, share learnings, don’t waste time communicating financials or dry progress-to-goal updates and let it be messy. Great observations.


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