How to make your meetings more productive, less time consuming

01/28/2013 | Inc. online (free registration)

You should call a business meeting only if you have a clear goal for the gathering, writes Geoffrey James. "If you can't pinpoint why you're calling the meeting, don't call one," he advises. Limit the duration of your meetings to no more than one hour, and make sure all of the participants have access to the necessary background information.

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