New Data: Why Meetings Are Bad for You

July 6, 2011 § Leave a comment

Based on a column on information overload, the journalist Schumpeter of The Economist, gives us a new look at the down sides of meetings. He says that not only can meetings be a waste of time for some people involved, but they can also stunt creativity. This is even more important for entrepreneurs, since creativity is very heavily relied throughout the day and being able to adapt to constant change is an essential piece of starting your own business. Read the full article, based on Harvard School of Business research, here.

What is your personal experience in meetings? Do you find them generally useful and necessary? What improvements would you make to the way your company or business ‘meets’? Leave me your comments below.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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