A few minutes is the nice way of saying, “As little time as possible.”
A collaboration isn’t going to be successful if it only lasts a few minutes.
People might not even want to do the collaboration at all since it is only a few minutes long. When something is only a few minutes long, it usually gets marked as unimportant in our minds.
We all need to collaborate with a team and our clients. We need to know what everyone wants and find a way to give it to them. That’s how a true collaborative session works.
A few minutes isn’t going to work. Not putting up a time limit for your collaboration will allow everyone to get their say.
If you’re performing any task in a few minutes, it won’t be as effective as not giving yourself any time limit. Don’t stop yourself when you’re on the right path to making progress. Keep on going, and don’t focus too much on the clock.