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Six signs that Meetapalooza is haunting your meetings – a meeting infographic

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Meetapalooza is the Organizational Monster of meetings who feasts on individual bad meetings or a culture that generates a plethora of bad meetings. Meetapalooza is afraid of Planosaurus and with good reason as we help organizations use meetings as a tool to further the work of collaborative groups. Once we assess why meetings aren’t effective and efficient, we provide a host of simple solutions designed to ensure meetings provide value instead of consuming it. Check out this Halloween themed meeting infographic and make sure these signs don’t look too familiar.

Six signs that Meetapalooza is haunting your meetings (Infographic)

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This Infographic introduces the six ways that Meetapalooza haunts your meetings.

  • Too few of the right people and/or too many of the wrong people in attendance.
  • No clear tangible outcomes for agenda items.
  • Duration is mismatched to the agenda items.
  • Inadequacies with the venue causes delays and/or distractions.
  • Unclear how the meeting directly impacts the work of a collaborative group.
  • Facilitation prevents full and respectful participation from accomplishing all tasks.

To learn more about how Planosaurus can help your organization get a better return on investment for meetings, contact us today.

About Megan Wilmoth

Megan Wilmoth is the president of Planosaurus, a women-owned consulting firm that helps organizations eliminate the common threats to collaboration they affectionately call Organizational Monsters so that projects, programs, boards, committees, and teams can consistently achieve collaborative productivity. With twenty years of experience, she has provided a wide range of planning and management services to organizations ranging from Fortune 500, large and medium-sized companies, trade associations, non-profits, and government agencies. She is fueled by quality coffee and the opportunity to make the thankless job of managing collaborative managers easier.

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  • Megan Wilmoth,
  • October 1, 2014

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