Christian Leadership Rules for Productive Meetings



In The Essential Drucker (2001 p. 237-8), Drucker writes: “Another common time-waster is malorganization (sic). Its symptom is an excess of meetings. Meetings are by definition a concession to deficient organization. For one either meets or one works. One cannot do both at the same time. In an ideally designed structure (which in a changing world is of course only a dream), there would be no meetings. Everyone would know what he needs to know to do his job. Everyone would have the resources available to him to do his job. We meet because people holding different jobs have to cooperate to get a specific task done.”


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