We meet because people holding different jobs have to cooperate to get a specific task done. We meet because the knowledge and experience needed in a specific situation are not available in one head, but have to be pieced together out of the knowledge and experience of several people.
You’ve already seen us refer to the Meeting Canoe as a system. This is a great time for us to tell you why we use that language.
The Meeting Canoe (Axelrod et al. 2004) is a complete rethinking of the meeting design, execution, ...