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On the job: too many office meetings and how to fight back

Time is a commodity. And time spent in a meeting should generate a productivity return on investment. But how often do we think about our time that way, and set expectations for meetings to produce real returns? In my experience working with Fortune 500 companies, the answer is rarely. This is just one result of a meeting-intensive culture.

Carson Tate, founder of Working Simply


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