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Most meetings end before decisions are made

Most meetings end before decisions are made

Managers spend 50% or more of their time in meetings, but Bain & Company research shows that two-thirds of meetings end before participants can make important decisions.

  • October 05, 2010
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Most meetings end before decisions are made

Managers spend 50% or more of their time in meetings, but Bain & Company research shows that two-thirds of meetings end before participants can make important decisions. Not surprisingly, 85% of executives are dissatisfied with the efficiency and effectiveness of their companies' meetings, according to Marcia W. Blenko, Michael C. Mankins, and Paul Rogers, authors of Decide & Deliver: 5 Steps to Breakthrough Performance in Your Organization.

Source: Decide & Deliver: 5 Steps to Breakthrough Performance in Your Organization

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