I just started managing an established team and am trying to determine what to do with the team meetings over time. On one hand manager tools gives a framework on how the agenda should look. If someone could confirm my understanding, the team meeting should always have the same topics.
And so on.
Am I correct in my understanding that the agenda shouldn't be a list of every topic but have the topics slotted within the correct parts of the agenda? So basically my agenda looks the same every time, just the content of the meeting changes.
Next, should I make the changes right away, slowly during my first 90 days or wait until 90 days are over to make all the changes.
I don't think I would feel so odd in making these changes right away, but I am trying to figure out the dynamic of how the team meeting is created each week. For example my boss is in the meeting and I get the impression that my boss wants to have a part of each meeting (do I have two waterfalls?) Do I just create the agenda based on what my boss and the senior directs on the team determine should be on the agenda because that is how it was before?
Any suggestions and confirmation of how a team meeting agenda should be built are appreciated.