There is a direct inverse relationship between the length of meetings and the productivity of the organisations that hold them. Photo: MCT There is a direct inverse relationship between the length of meetings and the productivity of the organisations that hold them. Photo: MCT
There is a direct inverse relationship between the length of meetings and the productivity of the organisations that hold them. Photo: MCT
Stephen Vines
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Stephen Vines

Meeting adjourned; but not before a lot of time is wasted

There seems to be a direct inverse relationship between the length of business meetings and the productivity of the organisations holding them

There is a direct inverse relationship between the length of meetings and the productivity of the organisations that hold them. Photo: MCT There is a direct inverse relationship between the length of meetings and the productivity of the organisations that hold them. Photo: MCT
There is a direct inverse relationship between the length of meetings and the productivity of the organisations that hold them. Photo: MCT
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Stephen Vines

Stephen Vines

Stephen Vines is a Hong Kong based writer and journalist. He has worked in Asia for The Guardian‚ The Daily Telegraph‚ and The Independent‚ and was a consultant editor for The Asia Times.