Tortured by Meetings

You take minutes and waste hours

The Economist
Aug 28, 2018 · 4 min read
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Most workers view the prospect of a two-hour meeting with the same enthusiasm as Prometheus awaited the daily arrival of the eagle, sent by the gods to peck at his liver. Meetings have been a form of torture for office staff for as long as they have pushed pencils and bashed keyboards.

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