Meetings at Work: Advancing the Theory and Practice of Meetings

Cliff W. Scott, Linda Rhoades Shanock and Steven G. Rogelberg, all of University of North Carolina at Charlotte, published “Meetings at Work: Advancing the Theory and Practice of Meetings” on November 23rd, 2011 in Small Group Research. To view other OnlineFirst articles, please click here.

The abstract:

Although advances in communication technology were once expected to diminish the need for synchronous work meetings, meeting activity in organizations continues to rise. Regrettably, the time and energy employees spend in work meetings is not matched by the amount of direct attention group and organizational scholars have paid to meeting phenomena. This special issue of Small Group Research helps to address this gap by presenting empirical studies of work meetings that explore the theory and practice of work meetings.

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