Friday, January 17, 2014
The Real Meeting
The meeting did not achieve its goal but it revealed what would not work, who was working at cross-purposes, how the department needed to be reorganized (although not a word was said about that topic), and how sizable amounts of money could be saved.
Some might have thought the meeting was unsuccessful because they were locked in on its stated goal. In reality, the meeting was a valuable moment of clarity; a turning point for the organization.
Items were revealed which would not have been seen if approached directly.
Posted by Michael Wade at 7:04 AM