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Death by Meeting : A Leadership Fable...about Solving the Most Painful Problem in Business
by Patrick Lencioni

Overview - Best-selling author Lencioni's latest business fable takes on meetings--why people hate them, why they shouldn't, and how to make them great. Through fictional narrative, modeling, and practical suggestions, Lencioni shows how to turn meetings from painful and tedious to productive, compelling, and even energizing.  Read more...

 
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Overview
Best-selling author Lencioni's latest business fable takes on meetings--why people hate them, why they shouldn't, and how to make them great. Through fictional narrative, modeling, and practical suggestions, Lencioni shows how to turn meetings from painful and tedious to productive, compelling, and even energizing.

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9780787968052
  • ISBN-10: 0787968056
  • Publisher: Jossey-Bass
  • Publish Date: March 2004
  • Page Count: 272

Series: J-B Lencioni #15

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Books > Business & Economics > Skills
Books > Business & Economics > Business Communication - Meetings & Presentations

 
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Asleep at the table

Best-selling author Patrick Lencioni's latest book, Death by Meeting, does double duty as a fast-paced page-turner and an allegory addressing a problem everyone can relate to: boring meetings. In this fictional tale, a struggling CEO hires a family friend who is, no joke, off his meds. The young newcomer shakes things up, transforming the company's interminable weekly meetings by adding drama and conflict and giving them structure (daily, weekly, monthly and quarterly). After the story ends, Lencioni explains how to implement his ideas to improve real-world meetings.

 
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