Business management principles strongly support meetings as the primary tool to develop, engage, communicate and strategise— due to their frequency and lack of structure, they may be wasting people’s valuable workplace time.


This article by Ali Donaldson, writing for Inc., makes these points about meetings:
  • Cutting unnecessary meetings could save businesses an estimated $25,000 per employee each year and improve productivity and morale.  
  • The research found that:
    • Employees spend over a third of their time at work in meetings.
    • During a typical week, work calendars are filled with 17.7 meetings.
    • These meetings lasted a total of 18 hours.


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