Apr 30, 2016
Don't Wait Until After The Meeting To Start Your Action Items
Julie was expecting Bruce to arrive at her office in five minutes. He would no doubt want input on the draft memo he’d sent yesterday—only she’d hadn’t found time to read it yet. She knew he also wanted to discuss partnering with a new research group that colleagues had already used, but... Read »
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