How to Make Meetings Work: The New Interaction Method

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Jove Books, 1982 - Business & Economics - 301 pages
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Why Meetings Are Important - What Goes Wrong at Meetings - The Case for a Group Memory - How to Find Win/Win Solutions - A Summary of the Interaction Method - How to Be a Good Facilitator - How to Be a Good Recorder - How to Be a Good Group Member - How the Boss Stays Boss - How to Plan Your Meeting - What Type of Meeting Are You Going to Hold? - Who Should Attend Your Meeting? - How Many People Should Attend? - How to Make Meeting Rooms Work - How to Put It All Together: The Agenda - Solving Problems in Groups: The Tools - How to Make a Presentation - How to Introduce the Interaction Method into Your Organization - How to Train Yourself.

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I've used the techniques in this book for decades. It's the bible for good meetings.

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A straightforward book that builds upon a small company's methodology. Their way of structuring meetings with assigned roles that separate out tasks in order to alleviate tension and subjectivity ... Read full review

Contents

Why Meetings Are Important
3
What Goes Wrong at Meetings
19
The Case for a Group Memory
38
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MICHAEL P. DOYLE, PhD, was D. R. Semmes Professor of Chemistry at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas, and is currently Professor of Chemistry at the University of Arizona in Tucson. M.
ANTHONY McKERVEY, PhD, is Professor of Chemistry and Director of QUCHEM at Queen's University in Belfast, Northern Ireland. TAO YE, PhD, is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Nottingham in Great Britain.

Straus is the founder of Interaction Associates, Inc. He has served in every major leadership position, including President, CEO, and Chairman of the Board.

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