The universal problem with meetings? Inefficiency.
- They’re distractions. They interrupt your real work and put you
- They’re sporadic. You only meet when there’s a fire to put out, and it’s a painfully chaotic meeting.
- They’re never focused. Meetings are filled with tangents, sidebar conversations, and wandering discussions that never arrive at solutions.
- They’re filled with unnecessary people. There’s always at least one person who didn’t need to attend, which adds to your operation costs and reduces productivity.