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Meetings Are Expensive, But Artificial Intelligence Might Offer Cheaper Solutions

By Benzinga

A research study conducted by Bain & Company revealed that an average company could conveniently spend 15% of its collective time in meetings. An HBR study showed that C-level executives could spend as much as 300,000 hours per year prepping for meetings, commuting to meetings, or attending meetings. Meetings are important to business communications, but an underlying thread in the business environment is that they are oftentimes a necessary evil that should be cut to a bare minimum.

Irrespective of whether you conduct your meetings the old-fashioned way in person or electronically over digital media, you’ll observe that the art of scheduling meetings is a common problem for knowledge workers and often causes a drain on productivity.

Read more at Benzinga.

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