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    That’s quite long and process-oriented. Meetings are really simple to determine efficacy of, for any department:

    • Are most of you figuring something out together? If not, the one learning should be getting emails or something from others or reading docs or any number of other things.
    • Are you staying on task? Nothing is a more clear waste of time than multiple people getting off on tangents about someone’s dog or something. Save it for the water cooler.

    Get in, figure out what you needed to, maybe (maybe) determine what actions need to be taken by who, and get out. This article just sounds like a diagnostic tool to fill out forms in triplicate to figure out if the meeting is good or not. It’s not enterprise enough yet, but it’s going that way.

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      Or you could just stop having them.