by Art Piccio . June 5th, 2014
Of course, that is assuming all meetings are intended to solve problems or create concrete action items. If your meetings are just meant to communicate ideas, then “failure” might be too harsh an assessment.
In any case, meetings can be a drag. And how.
This infographic by fuze.com explains the true costs of meetings:
Does “multitasking” result in bad meetings – or do bad meetings lead to multitasking? Is multitasking even that bad? It may very well depend on the tasks, as different studies suggest that engaging in tasks such as doodling can help you retain more information and boosts concentration.
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What other productivity and meeting tips can you share? Comment below!
Arthur Piccio manages YouTheEntrepreneur and has managed content for major players in the online printing industry. He was previously BizSugar's contributor of the week. His work has appeared multiple times on The New York Times' You're the Boss Small Business Blog. He enjoys guitar maintenance and reading up on history and psychology in his spare time.
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