Don’t let me run meetings. (and who should run meetings)

A 2001 paper by researchers at Tulsa University show that meeting duration, frequency, and impact on productivity are high. Thing is, I enjoy running sessions: brainstorming, talking through problems, and confirming expectations (and I’m not even a manager).

Instead, meetings should be run by people who dislike them the most. Guaranteed to be short and sweet. Rather like this blog post.

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