Leading Online: Challenging and Changing Meeting Structures

Virtual teams have many advantages – and one of them is that face to face meetings, which have the potential to disrupt people’s schedules, only happen when necessary.  This article in Getting Smart proposes two ways to balance meetings and productivity.   “We propose two ways to move away from face-to-face meetings: one is a rather idealistic rethinking of meetings and the other is a disruption of existing meeting patterns.”

via Leading Online: Challenging and Changing Meeting Structures – Getting Smart by Guest Author – edleadership, Online Learning, teacher leaders | Getting Smart.

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