Every Meeting is Optional

By Scot Herrick | Job Performance

May 02

ROWE — Results-Only Work Environment — requires that your work gets done, not the hours you spend in an office.

Thus, when there are meetings, you need to decide if you need to be in the meeting rather than just going because you were one of 25-others on the meeting invite. Three-quarters of whom will just look at their Blackberry and ignore what goes on in the meeting anyway.

This is how a Results-Only Work Environment has a meeting.

I’m off to Chicago today to attend SOBCON08. Enjoy your weekend.

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About the Author

Scot Herrick is the author of “I’ve Landed My Dream Job–Now What???” and owner of Cube Rules, LLC. Scot has a long history of management and individual contribution in multiple Fortune 100 corporations.