Invite the Right Amount of People to Your Meeting with the 8-18-1800 Rule

It’s tough to find the sweet spot of just the right quantity of people in a meeting. Too many and nothing gets done. Too few and… nothing gets done.

Harvard Business Review’s book Running Meetings suggests a helpful rule of thumb for determining how many people to include in a meeting using the 8-18-1800 rule.

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