If you walk through any goodsize IT department or technology company, you will usually find there is at least one centrallylocated meeting room that is almost always in use. While cynics will see this as a sign of "meeting-itis"—'No wonder these people don't get anything done ... they're in meetings all the time!"— a closer look provides a good lesson for department heads in many other kinds of organizations. That's because the meetings that ...

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