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Picture this: it’s monday morning, and you need to schedule an urgent meeting with James. A few mouse clicks and a fist pump (optional) later, you have successfully laid claim to an hour in James’ half-empty smorgasbord of a calendar. Meanwhile over at his desk, brows knitted and shoulders raised, James is fretting to fit two other meetings into his schedule with rising concern for what his week will end up looking like — yet somehow ends up accepting your meeting request.

It’s an odd thing, our relationship with meetings: when I ask people whether they feel as if they…

Jørgen Sundgot

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