meeting format experiment
Roland MoMo Tanglao
roland at mozillamessaging.com
Tue Apr 6 18:49:45 UTC 2010
I also will love the next meeting wiki page being started right after
the current meeting idea.
"it was still the usual suspects doing most of the talking "
don't know how to solve that, other than to suggest that folks who
aren't comfortable speaking to prepare 1 brief 1-2 sentence point on the
wiki page (if and only if they wish, i.e. strictly optional)) that
people on the call could discuss briefly
On 10-04-06 10:46 AM, Dan Mosedale wrote:
> In today's staff meeting, we tried a little experiment. I asked
> speakers to try and target saying zero or one things about their area,
> and encouraged folks to use the extra time to ask questions to try and
> make the meeting more valuable by unearthing things that aren't well
> What thoughts do people have?
> Did people find themselves more, less, or differently engaged than
> To start off, some things I noticed:
> * the meeting was shorter
> * the questions asked allowed us to dig into some worthwhile issues
> (what was funnelcake? should we be introducing good GetSat volunteers
> to Bugzilla to improve our feedback loop)
> * it was still the usual suspects doing most of the talking
> My feeling is that it was overall enough of a positive change that
> it's worth trying again next week.
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