Hey, Jim's the guy who really runs things, in the UK now, and has done two interviews which illustrate the really good job he does:
And you really don't hold meetings?
"Of all the meetings that I’ve gone to in the past virtually all of them, I’ve felt, were kind of useless. Some of the things that happen in meetings [such as] trying to motivate people to work harder, well that’s not something that we [need to] do, and as far as keeping people on the same page, well most of our workers are tech workers who are to one extent or another not super sociable and are perhaps more comfortable keeping it on the same page through computer programme chat mechanisms. For tech work it’s a much more robust way of communicating than sitting and talking in person in some ways. The other thing is I don’t like closed door meetings because I know from my years working in big organisations that they always mean something bad is going to happen."
(I'm sure Jim spelled it "organiZation", oh, and "program")