What? Another Meeting?
In Verne Harnish’s book “Mastering the Rockefeller Habits” he states that successful businesses have daily meetings for 5-15 minutes, which he calls huddles.
He states by having these huddles you can actually save time because you are focusing on what is happening that day. There are only three questions covered at this meeting and they are the same each day.
1. What are the daily measures?
2. What is up for the day?
3. Where are you stuck?
Since I work in a medical office, the questions might translate into: How can we best prepare for the patients that are coming in? What does the schedule look like? Is anyone having a particular work problem they need help resolving?
By asking these three questions daily we can prepare and resolve many problems we face during the day that take more time away from being productive. It is also a good practice to have a short huddle at the end of the day to measure how the day went and gather ideas for better outcomes if there were any issues while they are still fresh in everyone’s mind.
You may think you do not have time for more meetings, but remember, this is a huddle – it is grouping those who work together to review what will be taking place that day.
When everyone is on the same page and is identifying how they can resolve any issues before they arise it makes for a more productive, less stressful day.
When you think of it that way, how can you afford to not take a few minutes each morning to meet?
“Productivity is never an accident. It is always the result of a commitment to excellence, intelligent planning, and focused effort.” ~ Paul J. Meyer
Tina Del Buono, PMAC on
Aug 14th, 2017 9:07 am
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