The hottest Meetings Substack posts right now

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High Growth Engineer • 353 implied HN points • 25 Feb 24
  1. Meetings can be a pain due to unclear objectives, wrong attendees, and lack of follow-through.
  2. To lead successful meetings, focus on inviting the right people, ensuring they know their role, and what they need to prepare.
  3. Document important points, highlight action items, and ensure active participation to drive meeting success.
Year 2049 • 2 implied HN points • 23 Feb 24
  1. New AI tools are constantly emerging, making it challenging to keep up with all of them
  2. Tools like Readwise, Otter.ai, and Notion AI have been valuable in saving time and enhancing productivity in daily tasks
  3. Unique features in these tools, like AI summarization, transcription capabilities, and enhanced content creation options, provide practical benefits for personal and professional use
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Timeless & Timely • 275 implied HN points • 19 Jan 24
  1. Time is perceived as a great healer, but it is our actions that truly heal us.
  2. The traditional work schedule is changing, with concepts like the four-day workweek gaining traction.
  3. Productivity is not necessarily tied to synchronous communication like meetings; asynchronous work is becoming more common.
The Weasel Speaks • 117 implied HN points • 21 Jan 24
  1. Remote work changes the nature of work and priorities, leading to valuable outcomes.
  2. The pandemic shifted organizations to remote work, increasing productivity with location-neutral setups.
  3. Managing remote teams requires different strategies and a focus on communication and collaboration.
aidaily • 19 implied HN points • 08 Jan 24
  1. OpenAI is offering money to publishers like the New York Times to use their news content for AI bots.
  2. Bill Ackman suggests using AI to detect plagiarism at top universities like MIT and Harvard.
  3. Figma introduces AI tools to improve meetings, providing creative suggestions and enhancing productivity.
Implications, by Scott Belsky • 373 implied HN points • 06 Jun 23
  1. Meetings and management will be reimagined with AI-driven efficiency and productivity, creating 'intelligent organizations'.
  2. Apple's VisionOS sets a new standard for immersive experiences with gestures, virtual representation, and advanced technology.
  3. Generative AI technology will revolutionize creativity by reducing mundane tasks, shifting processes, increasing possibilities, and making tools more accessible for all.
The Digital Leader Newsletter -- By John Rossman • 255 implied HN points • 16 Jun 23
  1. Don't just automate existing processes with AI, redesign them completely for better outcomes and efficiency
  2. Prioritize rationalizing work processes before integrating and automating with technology
  3. Ensure AI implementations consider scaling, standardization, and design of new workflows for effective results
Pekingnology • 60 implied HN points • 18 Jun 23
  1. The meeting between Chinese and U.S. officials in Beijing emphasized the importance of open communication to stabilize their relationship.
  2. China highlighted the need for the U.S. to respect its core interests, especially regarding the Taiwan issue.
  3. Both sides agreed to continue high-level exchanges, maintain dialogue, and work towards stabilizing China-U.S. relations.
Tippets by Taps • 10 implied HN points • 15 Jul 23
  1. Shopify uses a cost calculator to measure meeting expenses and try to reduce unnecessary ones.
  2. Doing hard things is important as it proves your ability to tackle challenges and boosts self-esteem.
  3. People with secure attachment traits tend to be better at making and keeping friends, and also have better mental health and overall well-being.
software + caffeine = blog • 1 HN point • 17 Feb 23
  1. Having regular forums within your engineering organization is crucial for driving accountability for availability.
  2. Different levels of availability reviews cater to specific audiences and purposes, from individual engineering teams to executives.
  3. Building momentum for these forums requires buy-in from engineering teams, executives, and directors, and it's essential for sustaining the process.