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Management article
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Reference no. 72107
Authors: Roger A Golde
Published by: Harvard Business Publishing
Published in: "Harvard Business Review", 1972

Abstract

A case study of a meeting conducted by the general manager of a company with four subordinate executives illustrates common pitfalls in the management of meetings. Approximately 200 executives discussed the case as part of a videocassette workshop. The three dimensions of meetings that were developed and examined at the workshop are: clarification of purpose, classification of behavior patterns, and the effect of physical surroundings.

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Abstract

A case study of a meeting conducted by the general manager of a company with four subordinate executives illustrates common pitfalls in the management of meetings. Approximately 200 executives discussed the case as part of a videocassette workshop. The three dimensions of meetings that were developed and examined at the workshop are: clarification of purpose, classification of behavior patterns, and the effect of physical surroundings.

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