Throughout this book, we've talked about planning and executing the best meetings possible. Now that the meeting is over, we cannot let all of our hard work go to waste.
At the end of any meeting, participants should be on the same page regarding the following three things:
This means the work doesn't end when the meeting is over. In fact, some might argue that the real work has only just begun. The meeting leader must make sure this work happens, on time, by the individuals assigned to the task.
Before launching into after-meeting ...