Putting time into developing and sharing pre-work will serve the entire group by having participants that are ready to achieve the meeting objectives.
In the first post in this series Plan Your Best Meeting: Purpose and Agenda, we focused on the meeting purpose and tying it to your agenda. Next, we'll identify the participants needed to help us achieve our meeting purpose. Photo by Christina Morillo on Pexels.com It's like stakeholder analysis When we start a new project,… Continue reading Plan Your Best Meeting: Identify Your Participants
We need to remember as product people when we actively listen we tap into our empathy and emotional intelligence. Those are skills that enable us to respond and react in deeper ways than just hearing what what someone says.
Managing a remote product team is much like managing one located in an office. The focus of your time should be focused on coaching on five key skills that will enhance their communication and collaboration. Coaching in these areas will make your product team not only better at remote work but better all around in their product work.
I believe the foundation of effective requirement meetings (or workshops) are a sound set of principles. These principles will guide you through when and why meetings should be called, who should attend and what outputs should come out of the meeting. I've got 5 key principles I recommend for planning effective requirement meetings.