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T. Boone Pickens asks the same question at the start of his meetings to make sure every single person comes prepared
Management advice from long-time executive T. Boone Pickens will help leaders ensure that people come prepared for meetings.
I used a free online tool to calculate exactly how much of my life I spend in meetings, and I was pleasantly surprised
Meetings can stall productivity, and companies are always looking to make them more productive. I figured out how much time I really spend meeting.
A professor who’s spent years studying effective management says some of the best meetings involve almost no talking
To come up with a more creative idea, minimize talking in meetings at work. That way, everyone can share their thoughts without fear of looking silly.
Mark Cuban, the billionaire 'Shark Tank' star who owns the Dallas Mavericks, said he got hundreds of emails every day but preferred that to meetings.
After years of wasting time in meetings, 3 former Googlers decided to do things differently at their new startup
Pointless meetings are killers for productivity and can annoy employees in an office. The executives of the startup Beeswax, all former Google execs, say they've learned how to keep meetings streamlined and efficient.
Jeff Bezos always schedules his ‘high IQ’ meetings for 10 a.m. — and if something pops up later, he waits until the next day
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos told the Economic Club of Washington, D.C. that he takes his most challenging and important meetings around 10 a.m., and that he avoids meetings in the late afternoon.
The American team EF Education First–Drapac p/b Cannondale invited Business Insider inside its team bus for one of its daily meetings. Here's what we saw behind the scenes at the world's biggest bike race.
Every meeting requires a brilliantly written six-page memo which the whole room reads silently together.
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon outlines his company's top strategies for eliminating the reach of bureaucracy in his latest annual shareholder letter.
Amazon spins a giant roulette wheel every week, and whoever’s group it lands on needs to do a presentation
Amazon Web Services spins this wheel to keep its managers on its toes, even at the largest meetings.