Meetings are an inevitable part of a project and program manager’s job. They are often seen as an unproductive use of time that stops any “real work” from happening. However, if run properly they can be a great way of collaborating with your team and your stakeholders and getting things to happen.
This guidance presents 10 top tips to help you to run effective meetings. It’s part of the art of project management, as defined by Project DPro, which focuses on the people elements of a project and requires skills that enable project managers to lead, empower, motivate, and communicate effectively (see pages 28/29 of the Guide to Project DPro)
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