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The Thrilling, Agonizing, And Always Engaging Weekly Meeting

Most meetings are killers. They sap morale. They waste time. People don’t pay attention because they could care less about what’s being discussed. At one company, researchers found, participants in some meetings were sending an average of three e-mails or more for every half hour of meeting time. Here’s how humorist [...]
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