A strategic off-site’s success is largely determined by what happens before it convenes. To make sure the meeting generates tangible results, its designer must do three things. First, answer the most basic questions: Who should be there? Talking about what, when, and why? Second, compile and distribute relevant data. Third, create a structure for the meeting that will compel progress.
Content: Article | Authors: Bob Frisch, Logan Chandler | Source: Harvard Business School (HBS) Working Knowledge | Subjects: Productivity / Work Tips, Strategy