Monthly Archives: December 2014

A Look Back at 2014, and a Look Forward to 2015

This week, most of us will be celebrating the beginning of a new year. As we reach the end of 2014, we want to pause to look back at the past year. It was a year where the attacks on … Continue reading

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More On Productive One Hour Meetings

We continue on the subject of productive one hour meetings through the use of problem solving. In our first one-hour meeting, we suggested working on some things like ground rules, mission statement and expectations to help make group process better. … Continue reading

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Did You Know: How To Arrive at Consensus in a One-Hour Meeting

As we continue to examine how to work with one-hour meetings, today we will consider how to efficiently come to consensus from items from a brainstormed list. Perhaps your team has brainstormed a list of possible problems they could tackle. … Continue reading

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Solving Problems in a One Hour Meeting

Our blog has been discussing meetings. Last week we talked about agendas and the week before we suggested a possible one hour agenda for the first meeting of a group. This week we’re going to continue with more ideas for … Continue reading

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