Few people enjoy meetings, often dreading them as unavoidable time-wasters. They’re probably right. Business analyst firm McKinsey and Co. argues that meetings “take up an inordinate amount of time but yield little benefit.” It says that most organizations host too many meetings that last too long, involve too many people, and don’t end with clear action steps – all of which contribute to ineffective meetings that cost too much to host and waste so much time they actually put attendees to sleep – as much as 39% of the time, apparently!
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