In This Chapter
- Adapt methods to changing circumstances
- Empower your meeting participants
- Learn to work your plan for success
Well, here's your dilemma: There are now more brand name ways for getting numbers of people interacting than there are cereals in the supermarket. What are large groups good for? Practically anything you can imagine. They are used to bring people together across great distances, find common ground, reconcile conflicts, manage crises, facilitate mergers, redesign organizations, advise people in power, and implement complex strategies.
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