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Stop the Meeting Madness - Giulio Bonasera
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Stop the Meeting Madness

Personal Works

How to free up time for meaningful work
''Meetings do not have to be a trap; they can be a conduit for change. A process like this one can improve productivity, communication, and integration of the team’s work, not to mention job satisfaction and work/life balance. In the end, better meetings—and better work lives—result.'' - Leslie A. Perlow, Constance Noonan Hadley, and Eunice Eun