I just blogged about A Responsible Recipe for the Fewest Possible Meetings over at the Pivotal Labs blog.
Meetings are crucial to healthy team communication. But they’re also opportunities for waste, occasionally dull, and always expensive. Every team is different, but continuing the theme of “Convention over configuration for process”, I’ve found the following structure keeps meetings to ~7.5% of your week. This minimizes waste, maximizes making-time, and makes for a nice scheduling default for projects.
Check it out, and let me know what you think in the comments!