I Recently Attended a meeting that should have been run by the attendees. It was intended to roll out a piece of research to the constituents, who happened to be a group of very knowledgeable meeting planners. In fact, it was immediately apparent that the planners knew more than the people who were making the presentation. They started asking some very sharp questions and pointing out things that could have been done differently. As I sat there, I thought: Why hadn't the organizers ...

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