Death By Meeting
"Casey McDaniel had never been so nervous in his life." ^ "In just ten minutes, The Meeting, as it would forever be known, would begin. Casey had every reason to believe that his performance over the next two hours would...
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"Casey McDaniel had never been so nervous in his life." ^ "In just ten minutes, The Meeting, as it would forever be known, would begin. Casey had every reason to believe that his performance over the next two hours would determine the fate of his career, his financial future, and the company he had built from scratch." ^ ""How could my life have unraveled so quickly?" he wondered." ^ In his latest page-turning work of business fiction, best-selling author Patrick Lencioni provides readers with another powerful and thought-provoking book, this one centered around a cure for the most painful yet underestimated problem of modern business: bad meetings. And what he suggests is both simple and revolutionary. ^ Casey McDaniel, the founder and CEO of Yip Software, is in the midst of a problem he created, but one he doesn't know how to solve. And he doesn't know where or who to turn to for advice. His staff can't help him; they're as dumbfounded as he is by their tortuous meetings.
Patrick Lencioni is a bestselling author, speaker and consultant. He is founder and president of The Table Group, a consulting firm dedicated to building healthy organizations. He is the author of many bestselling books including The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, which continues to be a weekly fixture on national bestseller lists; his books have sold over two and a half million copies.
- :introduction. <p><b>the Fable.</b></p> <p>preview.</p> <p>part One: Flashback.</p> <p>part Two: Plot Point.</p> <p>part Three: Protagonist.</p> <p>part Four: Action.</p> <p>part Five: Resolution.</p> <p><b>the Model.</b></p> <p>the Paradox Of Meetings.</p> <p>executive Summary.</p> <p>problem #1: Lack Of Drama.</p> <p>problem #2: Lack Of Contextual Structure.</p> <p>the Biggest Challenge Of All: ?the Myth Of Too Many Meetings?.</p> <p>a Final Thought On Meetings.</p> <p>the Weekly Tactical Meeting Guide.</p> <p>acknowledgments.</p> <p>about The Author.</p>