Key People Not Able to Make Your Meeting?

Not usually a problem with LORROS.  LORROS online meetings are usually scheduled for longer periods of time (eg. a few days).  This significantly increases the opportunity for all members to find a place or places in their busy schedules to participate in the...

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Who makes the decisions in your meetings?

How many meetings have you been to where one or two participants have virtually dominated the discussion (and got their way) simply by talking all the time and/or talking over other participants.  These other participants often have useful input but time does not...

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Meetings – a pain in the schedule

  Have you ever bumped things in your calendar to accommodate a meeting only to have that meeting cancelled or rescheduled? This happens all of the time.  People create a block of time on their calendars in order to attend a meeting.  To create this time, some things...

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Changing a Discussion End Date

We've now made it even easier to change the end date of a Discussion! One of the benefits of using a LORROS Discussion instead of an email thread is that Discussions HAVE AN END DATE, while email threads GO ON FOREVER ... AND EVER. Now, the owner of the Discussion...

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A case for improved meetings

    I recently read an article by Don Keelan for the Bennington Banner titled “A case for improved meetings” and he touched on many of the frustrations that led to the development of LORROS. “I found many meetings to be boring and not too productive” - Don Keelan...

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Tough Decision? – Sleep on it.

  When you receive the information package for an upcoming meeting, you will likely have a good idea on how you will vote on any motions. But what happens when the meeting starts and someone else’s perspective causes you to question your initial opinion? To keep the...

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