No! Absolutely not! Well, it may work with the right people.
At work, there was a woman, Diana, who thought she was project manager extraordinaire; probably because she once worked for IBM. I was involved as the developer involved in two projects that she led. In the first project, if there wasn't a federal requirements document of what the system captured, there would have been no specifications at all. In the second project, we went through a web application that I was to reproduce page by page; she'd say "We need this" much more than "This is not needed". I thought you really want REACHSC. Her plan to develop a clean slate replacement of the system of 350 web pages in eight months was unrealistic even using the "Nine Pregnant Women Project Management Model" mentioned by Frederick Brooks in his "Mythical Man Months" book.
Her meeting were also chaotic. No agenda and always going off the rail. She would enter the meeting at the starting time and proceed to hook her laptop to the network and projector, futzing for about 15 minutes to get it working. If it takes 15 minutes to get setup, then setup and be ready when the meeting starts. She scheduled one meeting from 3 PM to 4 PM. I had to leave at 4:30 PM to take my dog to a vet appointment. At 4:30, I got up and walked out. She got mad and I said I have an appointment to make.
I refused a meeting request in the past replying back with "No agenda." She no longer works here. I was a member of Toastmasters and agendas help with keeping a meeting on track.