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After that person shares, he/she passes it to a person who has yet to receive the button.Randomization helps to keep the participants’ attention.And I have often wondered (while sitting through such meetings) why so many people go through the motions when it seems like a royal waste of time.After reading the book summary of Gamestorming, I immediately borrowed it from the library. They seem to be the complete opposite of a work meeting, and that’s why I love this concept.– Death By Meeting – by best-selling author Patrick Lencioni – This book is a fictional story, which makes it easy to read, with real lessons and applications – Visual Meetings: How Graphics, Sticky Notes and Idea Mapping Can Transform Group Productivity – by David Sibbet – This book has lots of great idea on how to use visual tools to energize your meetings – Read This Before Our Next Meeting – by Al Pittampalli – This is a short book that explains what’s wrong with “the meeting,” and meeting culture, but suggests how to make meetings more effective, efficient, and worthy of attending.Here are a few great quotes from this book: “I wonder when we’ll realize what a trap we’ve set for ourselves.
The onus is on the meeting facilitator/chairperson to find ways (and games) to engage everyone.
Gamestorming [affiliate link] is one of those books that doesn’t have to be read cover to cover.