10 Ways to Stop Communication Overload | BNET


10 Ways to Stop Communication Overload | BNET.

I like number 1.

  1. Every meeting – physical or virtual – must have an objective, an agenda, a start time and an end time; everybody who attends every meeting must have a specific and definitive purpose for being there.

It is common to have a meeting simply because it is on the schedule, But even then there should be a purpose to the meeting. At least with that purpose in mind, people would derail less often.

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