3 Ways to Prepare for Problem-Solving Meetings
- Accurately Identify Problems
- Pick the Team
- Make the Rules
- The source of problems: Product/Process/People
- Using metrics (leading and lagging indicators) to surface problems
- Get your facts straight prior to a meeting
- Get diverse voices in the room
- Limit the number of participants to between 6-10
- Make the ground rules: Focus/Participate/No Jerks
Prior preparation is one part of running effective problem-solving meetings.
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