Category Archives: agenda management

Minutes: Who Needs ’em?

I’ve been somewhat surprised that blog posts I’ve done on agenda management have been among the mostly highly read. In a way, I shouldn’t be because if you strip all of the high-minded notions of strategy and execution, what’s left … Continue reading

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Agenda Management – Follow-up

Having designed a nice, monthly agenda that’s based on a balanced scorecard framework and is recurring (to avoid a constantly-changing grab-bag of topics): what’s the best way to bridge the gap that happens between meetings. Beyond a regular old-fashioned set … Continue reading

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Agenda Execution

I previously described the overall framework for an agenda and how it can largely be automated by making it a recurring, monthly document, tied to business strategy as structured through a balanced scorecard. This avoids having a seemingly random collection … Continue reading

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Monthly Meetings – Agenda Management

Now that January is over and the rest of the year is kicking in, it’s worthwhile taking a moment to think about how you stay on top of strategy execution along with regular operations. Call for agenda items A common … Continue reading

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