Your Chief Executive is concerned about: the large number of meetings that take place in the organization, resulting in the fact that managers are seldom available because they are always “in a meeting”, and the fact that despite the number of meetings there is little evidence that the quality of managerial decision-making has improved or that internal communication has become more effective. He now wants your views on the following:
(a) If managers devoted less time to meetings, they would have more time available for some truly important priorities. Given your understanding of the managerial role, explain what these priorities might be.
(b) It is possible that the problem is not the number of meetings, but the way they are run. Create a checklist of the “do’s” and “don’ts” for effective leadership of meetings and effective participation in meetings.
(c) Outline and justify other methods that could be used to improve communications and the quality of managerial decision-making in the organization.
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