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Turn Your Meetings into Crunch Time

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In my last job, I spent seventy percent of my working hours in meetings. Mostly I was running from meeting to meeting. I’ve visited up to four meetings at the same timeslot. Some were full of irrelevant people sitting just like mannequins. Some lasted hours, but worth much less.

I’ve thought ways to minimize them efficiently. Even our organization looked a lot of ways to eliminate inefficient meetings…




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