Meetings are the bloodwork of organizational change

Most of the time spent in meetings is spent on information sharing and updates on short-term operational details — sometimes known as “death by PowerPoint” — rather than on confronting and resolving tough strategic and organizational issues.

The easiest way to track how much change an organization is actually going through is to look at how the meetings are changing…or not changing.

Original source: 6 Reasons Your Strategy Isn’t Working