On Friday, 28 December 2018 at 16:31:01 UTC, Adam D. Ruppe wrote:
For last year's meeting, my manager (the team I'm on has done our meetings differently for a while) convinced the CEO to try a more interactive approach for the org-wide meeting too. We did that speaker intro, small random group work, whole group conclusion pattern.

It was a success. Everyone was more engaged, we had more cross-team collaboration (which has continued throughout the year as people are more comfortable with each other!), and people have shown better retention of the material. Staff surveys about subjective feelings about this meeting were up, too, people said it is more enjoyable.

Nice! I have seen this work as well and it is amazing to see it when it happens. Great that your team could be that catalyst.

In my experience it works great in trainings and workshops, but it might as well be very enjoyable and productive on dconf. Although I would keep at least 60% talks.

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