Robert Pozen

Productive Meetings Notes & Actions

Notes & Actions
Notes & Actions


Ill-organized meetings can be a killer of group productivity. There are, however, simple and time-efficient ways to help everyone stay on target. In collaboration with Robert Pozen, MIT professor and author of the book “Extreme Productivity: Boost Your Results, Reduce Your Hours,” The Journal Collection has created an exclusive notebook to help you and your team cultivate better meeting practices. Based on Pozen’s methodologies, the Productive Meetings notebook offers methodical steps, strategies and a unique format that allows you to efficiently document both large and small meetings. This notebook will help ensure you make the most of your meetings and your time.


Robert Pozen is a prolific producer of remarkable breadth. His distinguished career spans the fields of business, government and academia. For several recent years, Robert worked as executive chair of Massachusetts Financial Services (MFS) while carrying a full teaching load at Harvard Business School. Before MFS, he spent fifteen years at Fidelity Investments, rising in the last five to president of its investment management business. Under Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, Robert was appointed Secretary of Economic Affairs. He has also served as a senior staff member of the SEC, as well as head of the SEC Advisory Committee on Improving Disclosures. Robert is currently a senior lecturer at MIT Sloan School of Management, where he teaches a course for executives on maximizing their personal productivity. His seventh book, “Extreme Productivity: Boost Your Results, Reduce Your Hours,” has received wide acclaim since its 2012 publication. The book, which has been translated into ten languages, is filled with practical suggestions on how to work smarter and get more done. Our collaboration is based on the book’s core principles and premise.


Dimensions (L x W xD): 8.31" x 5.71" x 0.77"
Weight: 1.05 lbs