LET'S STOP MEETING LIKE THIS
Think meetings kill productivity? This book invites you to think again by introducing a new way to meet that brings people together for productive cross-functional and cross-generational collaboration. The authors, leading consultants Dick and Emily Axelrod, have field-tested this approach for thirty years, and they offer a flexible, repeatable process that's helped get real work done in thousands of meetings across all sorts of organizations. Its many users will never go back. Neither will you.
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Richard Axelrod, MBA
Emily Axelrod, MSW, MAT
American Management Systems
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National Health Service (UK)
The Boeing Company
Episcopal Diocese of Connecticut
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