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Martin Silcock

Nice model. In my expereince the place to look for cultural change is in how meetings work or do not work. Culture is created and changed through communication of meaning. Change the way meetings (all kinds, F2F and virtual) and you change the culture. Again small changes can have big effects.

So tools and ideas that change the process of meetings will imo not fail to change cultures, and create different value.

Aspects of meetings to look at changing

- agenda setting process
- presentation materials
- support materials
- tools used in meeting
- level of formality
- capturing of content
- interaction in meeting
- degree of structure
- post meeting follow up
- place for meetings
- scope of involvement (who invited)

and probably others. In all cases change requires learning, so start small and watch what changes.

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