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They help inform people who weren’t there about what happened and remind those who were there about what agreements they made.
Use them as a tool to keep everyone on the same page and focused on what you all need to get done before you meet next.
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Why the productive conversations in a meeting seemingly go nowhere:
After and in between meetings, quickly send out clear and concise meeting notes and follow up on the commitments made.
Steve Jobs insisted that all the items on a meeting agenda have a designated person responsible for that task and any follow-up work that happened.
Public accountability works, because it ensures that a project or task actually gets done.
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