Archive for the 'Meetings' topic

UIETips: What Good Teaching and Meetings Share

In this week’s UIEtips, I take a look at an article from Kevin Hoffman on what good teaching and meetings share. Here’s an excerpt from the article: Running an epically productive meeting requires a lot of stars and planets to align. Attendees need to be informed and prepared to discuss difficult issues and take risks. […]

UIE Book Corner: Russ Unger’s “Designing the Conversation”

Facilitation is an important skill, whether with collocated or remote teams. It drives conversation and collaboration. The ability to facilitate well is integral when conducting participatory design activities, giving a presentation, or even giving a virtual seminar. Russ joins Adam Churchill to discuss the book and the various types of facilitation in this podcast.

Kevin Hoffman – Designing Stellar Meetings

We’ve all sat through terrible meetings before. Part of what makes those meetings so bad is poor communication. Being present in a meeting doesn’t guarantee that your attendees will retain the important information from the meeting, or feel like they played any role in it. Improving the way that things are heard, seen, and discussed will go a long way to improving your meetings overall.

UIEtips: What Good Teaching and Meetings Share

In today’s UIEtips, guest writer Kevin M. Hoffman shares four simple, easy-to-remember guidelines about how to convey information.Here’s an excerpt from the article. A college lecture and a business meeting are similar in that they are both mechanisms for conveying structured information. It’s also common that in both situations, not everyone in the room is […]

Kevin Hoffman – Leading Productive Meetings

“Meetings are a waste of time.” “Meetings, ugh—I have real work to do.” Heard these? The perception of meetings worsens when you have an unproductive one. The entire team feels like their time could have been better spent.