The two crucial types of “how” to address in remote meetings

Basic UX of meetings

The two crucial “how” questions

  1. How will we conduct this meeting?
  2. How will we work with the output of this meeting?
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Going in: How will we conduct this meeting?

  • Who documents or takes notes, and who facilitates?
  • What is the agenda, purpose, and intended outcome of us getting together?
  • Who talks? For how long? To the whole group or in smaller groups?
  • If we come to a decision point, who decides and how?

Heading out: How will we work with the output of this meeting?

Doing the work in real life

Making the work experiences we want

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design strategist & facilitator // economics researcher @rffearlessmoney // progressive technologist // performer

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Hadassah Damien

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design strategist & facilitator // economics researcher @rffearlessmoney // progressive technologist // performer

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