Unnecessary Confusion

Unnecessary Confusion

“When it comes to sharing information after a meeting, someone needs to type up the decisions and next steps and communicate them. If this doesn’t happen, all those in attendance have their own records of the meeting, which may have different versions of what was agreed to.”

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Meeting Time runs out

Meeting Time runs out

Have you ever had a problem covering all the agenda topics in sufficient detail and resolution within the time period of the meeting? In spite of best efforts and good intentions, many meetings get bogged down on certain agenda items and some important topics may be...

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Changing a Discussion End Date

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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Didn’t we deal with this before?

Didn’t we deal with this before?

Many times during a meeting you want to refer back to a previous meeting but the past minutes are not available at the current meeting or you just can't find them.  This can lead to a great deal of redundant discussion and a lot of wasted time. With LORROS you can...

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Meetings Are a Cycle, Not an Event

Meetings Are a Cycle, Not an Event

“A meeting is not only what happens once you’re all gathered in the same room. Each meeting goes through a complete cycle, beginning with preparation, moving to execution of the agenda, and ending with follow-through. Without proper attention paid to each element, the structure fails.”

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