Over the last few weeks, we have written a series of articles focusing on the challenges that people deal with in the meeting room every day. These challenges are some of the things we are solving, as we progress with our mission to create the Intelligent Meeting Room.
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Pay attention! The cost of losing focus.
How can we remove distractions and create high quality output?
Personal devices, who is in charge?
We should be the ones in control of when we look at our phone, not our phone deciding that we should look at it.
Connect me to my meeting.
How many times have you walked into a meeting only to find the presentation equipment requires an IT support person to make it work?
Show me my content.
How many times have you sat in a meeting and things just took too long?
Sticking to the agenda.
How many meetings do you attend each month, for which there is no clear agenda?
What did we decide?
Have you ever been in a meeting where great decisions are made, only to realise a week later that a number of the decisions have been lost or forgotton?
Make that meeting an email.
How many times have you sat in a meeting and realized that the only reason you are there is because someone has a couple of facts to share, that could easily have been sent in an email?
Meetings, now and then.
What has really changed in how we communicate ideas and come up with plans?
The environment for getting things done.
How many times have you walked into a space and immediately felt more relaxed or happier?
The strange thing about privacy.
Is it possible that removing privacy from many scenarios improves the situation for the group of people involved?