Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has a strategy for scheduling meetings.
He told the Economic Club of Washington, D.C. that he takes his most challenging and important meetings around 10 a.m.
Typically, the Amazon CEO avoids meetings in the late afternoon.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is rather particular about scheduling meetings.
He famously popularized the “two pizza” meeting rule, which holds that you should generally avoid meetings so large that two pizza pies wouldn’t be enough to feed the entire group.
When Bezos spoke Thursday night at a dinner with Economic Club of Washington, DC, he threw out a few more scheduling guidelines.
The Amazon CEO avoids attending meetings first thing in the morning. Business Insider previously reported that he likes to eat breakfast with his wife Mackenzie and their children.
Bezos instead slots his top-priority meetings between 10 a.m. and noon.
“I do my high-IQ meetings before lunch,” he said, according to Axios. “Like anything that’s going to be really mentally challenging, that’s a 10 o’clock meeting.”
And if an issue presents itself in the late afternoon, Bezos usually …read more
Source:: Businessinsider – Strategy