Monthly Archives: December 2012

Dec 05

How to run the brainstorming meeting

By Scot Herrick | Job Performance

Don’t you hate brainstorming meetings? You’re supposed to come up with solutions to a problem. Easy enough. Except managers forget to define the prerequisites. They shut down ideas. They don’t use the ideas the people that are closest to the problem come up to solve the problem. Really, what’s not to like? Running a successful […]

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Dec 03

How to run the panic meeting

By Scot Herrick | Job Performance

The panic meeting is the meeting where something bad happened and no one knows what it is or what to do in order to solve the bad things happening. The “Oh, crap!” meeting. For example, I left work one evening and everything was fine. I walked into work the next morning and there were all […]

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