If you work in an office, chances are you have a meeting on your calendar every day. Odds are, you will run into meetings that seem to have no meaning. To save yourself and others, David Allen wrote about the five reasons to have a meeting in a post that showed up on his blog recently:
There are five reasons to have a meeting. Each may be a perfectly fine reason. Make sure everyone at your meeting knows and agrees with which of these you are there to accomplish.
1. GIVE INFORMATION
“Hello everyone. I’ve brought you all together today to let you know what’s been going on about the pending lawsuit. I’d like you to leave here today understanding what’s going on, and with as much background as you need to be able to answer questions that may arise from our customers.”
Discover the other four reasons at: http://gettingthingsdone.com/2016/07/david-allen-on-5-reasons-for-a-meeting/