Terrence Metz, CSM, PSPO, CSPF, is the Managing Director of MG RUSH Facilitation Training and Coaching, the acknowledged leader in structured facilitation training. His FAST Facilitation Best Practices blog features over 300 articles on facilitation skills and tools aimed at helping others lead faster, more productive meetings and workshops that yield higher quality decisions. His clients include Agilists, Scrum teams, program and project managers, senior officers, and the business analyst community among numerous private and public companies and global corporations. As an undergraduate of Northwestern University (Evanston, IL) and MBA graduate from NWU’s Kellogg School of Management, his professional experience has focused on process improvement and product development. He continually aspires to make it easier for others to succeed.

Meeting Communications Plan

Meeting Communications and Results are Delivered with Guardian of Change

Guardian of Change (Meeting Communications Plan) Purpose of Meeting Communications The Guardian of Change provides a method for managing meeting communications.  For meeting results,  it delivers your meeting communications plan. Empirical research shows that it is best to guard and protect communications than to simply shout out.  Different audiences need different parts of the message and may…

The Transforming Workplace

The Transforming 
Workplace

Facing consecutive days of back-to-back meetings, participants value the financial importance of well-run meetings. Traditionally, leaders have chaired meetings and exerted control over decision-making. As the workplace has transformed, and knowledge workers operate within a matrix of networks, modern leadership has also changed. Instead of dealing mostly with individuals (conversations or dyads), modern leaders more…

Blue Ocean Strategy

Blue Ocean Strategy: Create Uncontested Market Space

The MGRUSH technique encourages different approaches based on whether your project is seeking incremental gain or requires real breakthrough. Blue Ocean Strategy promotes breakthrough thinking, justified by the higher profits such thinking generates among companies studied by its authors, Kim and Mauborgne.[1] The authors note the failures of companies over the past fifteen to twenty years—since the publishing…