Internal meetings are double-edged swords, on one hand they can help you achieve a lot as they are great for planning, brainstorming, and progress checks among other uses. On the other hand, meetings can destroy productivity especially when they happen all too often, are too long, or do not have clear objectives.
Firstly, one needs to keep in mind what kind of meeting it is, and then decide what approach to take. A meeting held at regular intervals to check progress and make adjustments on previously agreed upon goals and action plans should have no more than 3 components namely:
For a meeting held rather sparsely, there needs to be;