Project Managers will conduct a lot of meetings. The discipline necessary to conduct good meetings on a consistent basis is hard to come by. The mechanics of running a good meeting can never be repeated too many times. There are many excellent references that emphasize, among other things, the different roles that exist for attendees of a meeting.
Identify good meeting facilitation skills and share the identified resource with the class. Why do you believe the resource provided is beneficial to conducting quality project meetings? What type of project meetings do you believe a PM will conduct during the execution phase of a project? For example: a status meeting, budget meeting, scope creep meeting, performance/time/cost meeting, etc. Using the resource you have identified for “good meeting facilitation skills” how would you conduct the meeting?
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