Run Your #Meeting Like a Boss: Lessons from #Mayer, #Musk, and Jobs

Meetings are such a fixture in our work lives that we constantly hear the same advice: have an agenda, keep it short, don’t invite too many people. However, despite the commonality of this well-meaning advice, research from Harvard suggests that half of all meetings are unproductive.

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