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Making meetings much more efficient

Water. Yes, it’s that simple. There needs to be a rule that whoever convenes a meeting be required to drink water. Half a liter of water when the meeting begins and another half a liter every half hour thereafter. That simple rule will motivate the meeting organizer to find closure quickly – and the exit. What day did I post this?

Published Thursday, April 01, 2010 11:55 AM by John Paul Cook
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An idiot said:

As one of your readers, I must be an idiot. At least that's what you assumed by putting that final sentence in the post.

The idea is actually not half bad, but diuretic pills should be served along with the water to speed up the process.

April 1, 2010 12:28 PM
 

Todd M Heflin said:

I realize what day it is but this is actually a great idea.

April 1, 2010 12:28 PM
 

SoumyaDB said:

I agree! This is a fantastic way to drive efficiency while keeping stress-ed out meeting conveners well hydrated.

April 1, 2010 2:34 PM

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About John Paul Cook

John Paul Cook is both a Registered Nurse and a Microsoft SQL Server MVP experienced in Microsoft SQL Server and Oracle database application design, development, and implementation. He has spoken at many conferences including Microsoft TechEd and the SQL PASS Summit. He has worked in oil and gas, financial, manufacturing, and healthcare industries. Experienced in systems integration and workflow analysis, John is passionate about combining his IT experience with his nursing background to solve difficult problems in healthcare. He sees opportunities in using business intelligence and Big Data to satisfy healthcare meaningful use requirements and improve patient outcomes. John graduated from Vanderbilt University with a Master of Science in Nursing Informatics and is an active member of the Sigma Theta Tau nursing honor society. Contributing author to SQL Server MVP Deep Dives and SQL Server MVP Deep Dives Volume 2.
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