Meeting Manifesto

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  1. It’s necessary evil. Get used to it, but avoid it as much as possible.
  2. Bad meeting schedule is worse than bad meeting.
  3. Left your phone. Close your laptop.
  4. Keep it shorter than 1 hour.
  5. Make a note. Assign time and people who responsible for a particular subject that you discuss in the meeting. Share the note afterward.

 

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atmawarin

I love trees, typography and occasional run alone in the morning when hush still fell over the city. I live in Yogyakarta but grew up in Sorong Papua.

After the realisation set in that I would not be making it as an astronaut, I spent many evenings in my life dancing with my computer (no, not literally). And anytime I find something wicked in the dancing, I would write it out here.

Currently working at www.softwareseni.co.id

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By atmawarin

atmawarin

I love trees, typography and occasional run alone in the morning when hush still fell over the city. I live in Yogyakarta but grew up in Sorong Papua.

After the realisation set in that I would not be making it as an astronaut, I spent many evenings in my life dancing with my computer (no, not literally). And anytime I find something wicked in the dancing, I would write it out here.

Currently working at www.softwareseni.co.id

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