Hold Meetings That Aren't Excruciating
There are two kinds of work in the world: work we do alone, and work we do with others. The problem is, collaboration often takes the form of meetings, which can be a waste of time and energy.
Difficult personalities, a feeling that projects are veering off-course, and the perception that meetings prevent “real work” from getting done can hamper our participation in them, too.
But what if we apply the design thinking that UX pros already know and love—except in a way that benefits meetings?
Plus, by learning to incorporate lean UX concepts like MVP’s into your meetings, you’ll be collectively solving problems more harmoniously and powerfully than ever before.