I work as part of a small team working on engineering product development. I recently got a promotion to a more strategic-focus role. One of my first tasks is to "redo" the agenda for a recurring meeting that we've always had. This is a decently long meeting (~1.5 hours) that happens weekly, and was meant to be a session for our small team to get on the same page and discuss future steps, but has historically devolved into either tangential discussions, or in some cases, rants. I want to prove myself in my new role, but because of my lack in experience, I would love some help in figuring out how I should scope my change.
I want to return to what the meeting was intended to do (discussing our progress and planning for the next week), but I also don't want to just effectively say "I'm going to do your exact agenda but better." The best I have come up with is to sell it as a "strategic session", where each person is more responsible for their own strategy for the short term goals, which will give people more ownership of their tasks, while simultaneously letting other people into their thought process for working, and gives others a chance to give feedback on planning. This should reduce silo-ing of tasks, while also possibly preempting roadblocks (which have been an issue recently). I don't want this to come off as just a paraphrasing of the original agenda, but I'm not sure what other direction I can take it. I would appreciate suggestions on other avenues of discussion that I could pursue, or other ways of phrasing / forming of the agenda.
EDIT: Sorry, I completely forgot a vital piece of information! We have daily standups, and these meetings are essentially supposed to be more in-depth versions of the standups, and originally was supposed to be more forward thinking (or at least on a week or 2-week scale rather than one or 2 day scale).