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The Hope College Great Performance Series will feature the Grammy Award-winning Parker Quartet on Friday, Feb. 16, at 7:30 p.m. in Jack H. Miller Center for Musical Arts.

The string ensemble has won praise across the world with The New York Times calling the quartet “something extraordinary,” the Denver Post saying that the group is “a formidable force,” and the Washington Post praising the musicians’ “exceptional virtuosity [and] imaginative interpretation.”

The performance at Hope College will feature Felix Mendelssohn’s “Quartet in E minor, Op.44, No. 2” and Ludwig van Beethoven’s “String Quartet in B-flat major, Op.130 with Grosse Fuge, Op. 133.”

In demand worldwide, the quartet has appeared at the world’s most important venues since its founding in 2002, and has toured in Europe and North America. In the U.S., the quartet has appeared at the National Gallery of Art and the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C., in the Annapolis Concerts at St. John’s College and at the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society. In addition, the ensemble has performed in a variety of music festivals such as the Bowdoin International Music Festival in Maine, the Strings Music Festival in Colorado and the Garth Newell Music Center in Virginia.

The Parker Quartet has distinguished itself with acclaimed recordings for Nimbus, Zig-Zag Territoires, Innova Records and Naxos. The quartet’s Naxos recording of György Ligeti’s complete works for string quartet won the 2011 Grammy Award for Best Chamber Music Performance (the last string quartet to win the category).

Founded and currently based in Boston, Massachusetts, the Parker Quartet has received numerous honors, including winning the Concert Artists Guild Competition, the Grand Prix and Mozart Prize at France’s Bordeaux International String Quartet Competition and Chamber Music America’s prestigious Cleveland Quartet Award.

Individual tickets are $22 for regular admission, $16 for senior citizens and Hope faculty and staff, and $6 for children 18 and under. Tickets are available online and at the ticket office in the Events and Conferences Office located downtown in the Anderson-Werkman Financial Center (100 E. Eighth St.). The ticket office is open weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and can be called at 616-395-7890. More information about the season may be obtained online . The Jack H. Miller Center for Musical Arts is located at 221 Columbia Ave., between Ninth and 10th streets.

A new exhibition opening at the Hope College Kruizenga Art Museum on Friday, Jan. 12, will showcase form and message across half a millennium of European and American printmaking.

As part of its 47th season, Hope Summer Repertory Theatre (HSRT) has launched a sensory-friendly initiative to directly increase accessibility for patrons with autism and other developmental disabilities. Since the opening of the world-premiere musical “Dragon Pack Snack Attack” on June 13, the Holland-based theatre has been offering tools and materials to assist patrons of all abilities with enjoying a welcoming, safe, and comfortable theatre experience.

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After you've created a list and collected a number of contacts, you may want to export those contacts into a CSV file. You can export an entire list, a segment of a list, or a list group. Exports can include subscribed, non-subscribed, unsubscribed, and cleaned contacts.

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Even if Microsoft can drive rapid conversion, it also has to erect barriers to imitation. If the new Outlook platform catches on, what’s to keep Apple and Google from following suit with their e-mail clients? Third parties will want to partner with Apple and Google to attract more users, particularly on mobile devices—an area where Outlook is weak. And although Microsoft has already purchased a few third-party apps (such as Wunderlist, a popular mobile to-do list and task management program) to prevent them from partnering with its competitors, those acquisitions are probably not enough to keep other companies from imitating its strategy successfully. Indeed, Microsoft’s business model innovation could end up benefiting its competitors. Moving from product to platform is treacherous, and how Microsoft—and many others contemplating similar moves—handle the challenges we’ve described will determine their success.

A version of this article appeared in the April 2016 issue (pp.72–78) of .

Feng Zhu is an assistant professor of business administration at Harvard Business School. He studies competitive strategy and innovation in high-technology industries, with an emphasis on platform-based markets.

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Meetings are a critical tool for building a diverse, high-performance team with sharedvalues

There over 7 million Google and 13,000 Giphy search results for “hate meetings”. There are almost as many for “love meetings” but that is just irony.

Beyond that there are countless posts on time and money wasted in meetings — ”This Company Spent 300,000 Hours a Year in Pointless Meetings” was a headline recently. The Muse reported on study results that 35–50% of work time is in meetings and 67% of meetings are “failures”. We’ve all computed the financial cost to the company of a meeting we hated. Ugh.

I’ve endured a lot of bad meetings in my time. I’ve led bad meetings and attended bad meetings. I’ve tried to fix meetings. I’ve broken meetings. This post is about why meetings really are important to getting things done, even with incredibly divergent views on that fact, and why meetings so often go sideways or worse.

By and large meetings come and go and most of us just accept them as part of doing collaborative work in a company. Like AutoCorrect, once in a while a meeting backfires to such a degree that it just sets off a stream of emotions about how horrible meetings can be and what a huge waste of time all meetings have become. Some react by attempting to define when/how/if to have meetings as if there is a secret that has eluded most everyone for 100 years.

In the course of building a company the most important tool you have to create a culture of shared values is communication and meetings are critical to communication.

When you bring together a team of talented and diverse individuals, the only way they will come to operate as a team is by spending time talking, listening, and understanding the perspective individuals bring to contribute to a larger whole. Unless everyone hired shares the same background and experiences, there’s no way a group of people can converge to a high-performance team without meeting, sharing, and learning together. No amount of ping-pong, email, or shared docs can substitute for meeting.

This essay does not contain the magical PowerPoint template for how to run an effective meeting, nor does it espouse a system for deciding how, when, or why to meet. I’ve seen every type of agenda, preparation, tracking, issue-list, decision-making tool, template (whether using Word, Excel, Powerpoint, or Outlook). Call me skeptical. In my experience the best tool for meetings is scheduling time to have them in the first place and then to be present. The rest are just distractions to the real goals of sharing, building, deciding.

in this post refers to to a company or focused on the internal workings of a company, primarily the most common meetings of small groups. External meetings with (potential) customers, partners, investors, press, and so on are rather different. The last section of the post discusses 1:1s and broader team meetings as well.

Let’s Be Honest About Meetings…

Before I come to the defense of meetings, we should be honest with ourselves about meetings and some truths.

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