In our final post about Miter's culture and values we discuss how Miter employees relate in the work environment: Be Excellent to Each Other.
In our fourth post about Miter's company values, we talk about how we think about composing Miter itself: Strength in Diversity.
In our third post about Miter's company values, we talk about how Miter's employees should relate to the company: Act Like You the Place.
The most common complaint we here at Miter is "I have too many meetings!" Where are they coming from and what can be done about it?
In our second post about Miter's company values, we discuss what Miter owes to its customers, namely that we Deliver Something Meaningful.
This is the first in a series of five posts diving deep into the Miter Company Values: "Invest in People"
Meetings are expensive endeavors, but rarely do we think to tally up the costs. Research that bad meetings are even costlier than good ones... and that price tag is only increasing over time.
Who should be at the meeting? Despite all evidence to the contrary, "everyone" is the wrong answer. How do meetings pick up so many attendees, especially those who profess not to want to be there?
Here at Miter, we selected Webflow to build and host our site and blog. It's great for designers, but its limited workflow is tough on teams and we'll probably have to switch at some point.
Startup founders have a number of substantive choices to make right out of the gates. We talk about one of the more consequential - which state to choose for incorporation - and why for Miter, Delaware had a slight advantage over California.
As far back as World War II, the CIA was leveraging the power of meetings to delay and disorient our enemies. If only modern work culture had learned how to avoid these traps rather than wholeheartedly embracing them...
Meetings are often a waste of time: the outcome isn’t meaningful enough to justify the time, effort, and interruption. We can improve meeting outcomes by planning outcome-first.
We're kicking off of our deep dive into meeting dynamics by tackling some of the fundamental questions about meetings, starting with a biggie: What actually defines a meeting?
The classic Despair, Inc. "None of us is as dumb as all of us! " poster has inspired us for years, but now it's time to set replace it. Say it with us, "it doesn't have to be this way!"
The great Julia Child once said "a party without cake is just a meeting." In this very special holiday episode of the Miter blog, we kick off an annual tradition of sharing our favorite cake recipes so that no party ever goes uncaked again.
Damian talks about why he decided to sign on with Dave to start Miter, reflecting on both his past as a meeting leader and about the future he is excited about building at Miter.
Dave kicks off the Miter blog by explaining why he decided to start a company focused applying behavior change principles to one of the major scourges of today's business environment: meetings.