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Meetings without an agenda

A meeting where people can't stick to an agenda should not take place.

Meetings should be an exception, not the rule. If you can't explain in an agenda what the meeting is for, you shouldn't have one. If everything on the agenda is dealt with, you should end the meeting, even if there is time left.

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