Running Meetings (20-Minute Manager) is a crash course book which teaches the reader about the organisation of meetings. The book deals with the basic ideologies which underlay the foundation of well-executed meetings. These concepts include formulating agendas, including the legitimate people in the meeting forum, to handle conflicts, ways to encourage participation from every member, analysis and implementation of the ideas and the views which drive the company or firm towards success.
Running Meetings is a useful book for both new entries to the business world and executives who have years of experience in the business circuit, since meetings are the backbone of their daily lives. The book contains instructions for key management and acts as skill development guide. It has been designed to be a quick read that still delivers a maximum amount of information on how to successfully set up and run meetings, which is useful for executives who don't have a lot of time on their hands.
This book is a part of the 20-Minute Manager series, which is a set of books that all aim to get the reader up to speed on various important management concepts. These books have been created to be primers and advice books on business topics like Time Management and Project Management.
|Running Meetings (20-Minute Manager)
|Harvard Business Review
|Harvard University Press
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|All Age Groups