|Hundred Tips for a Better Management (Aga Khan Foundation, 1993, 70 p.)|
|Running effective meetings|
Groups are not good for organising large amounts of data, for synthesising lots of ideas, or for writing reports.
Individuals organise and write reports more efficiently than groups do.
Groups are good for brainstorming, exchanging opinions and information, identifying problems, discussing issues, and making final decisions.
FIRST, decide whether or not a meeting is appropriate. The worst reason to have one is because it is scheduled.
A meeting is appropriate when:
A meeting is not appropriate when: