The idea of the Level 10 Meeting is that we all take responsibility to make it a highly useful time investment. We rate the meetings to confirm that people find it valuable and if they don’t (ratings lower than 8) we process the issue and find out what is causing frustration / can be improved. Let the process do the heavy lifting for you, and via the rating process, force people to be forthright about their assessments of the meeting and to have to deal with the issues in the open, rather than in the corridors.
If you are, or ever wanted to build a business, the art of delegation is a critical skill to learn. But is this really true? – you ask. Can one not build a fully automated business with technology, that needs no people to employ? Possibly. But I would challenge you to show me a business […]