Summarizes the findings of a survey dealing with business meeting practices in giant Korean corporations. Describes both meeting practices in very large Korean firms and also top Korean executives′ feelings about those meetings. Korean executives consider adequate preparation, clearly‐set objectives, agreement on follow‐up actions, and starting on time as the most important elements for a successful meeting. However, these elements are not being implemented adequately. Business meeting practices in Korea have room for improvement, both in terms of effectiveness and efficiency. There is also a huge disparity between the perception of the need for training in meetings management and the implementation of such training. Executive development programmes in Korea should certainly include far more training in meetings management.
Lee, Y. and Lazarus, H. (1993), "Business Meetings in Giant Korean Corporations – Implications for Executive Development", Journal of Management Development, Vol. 12 No. 4, pp. 4-12. https://doi.org/10.1108/02621719310040158Download as .RIS
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