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Death of the Web Conference (as we know it)

White Paper Published By: join.me
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Published:  Jan 06, 2015
Type:  White Paper
Length:  23 pages

It comes as no surprise that the sheer volume of meetings is on the rise. Nor should it come as a shock that the vast majority of business people report they get little or no value out of most of the meetings they attend. Yet, few workers would argue that communication and collaboration are critical to achieving their goals.

Some of the key findings from the research shows the extent of the problem including:

  • Late start times costing executives over 5 full days each year
  • 66% of business people report that more than half of the meetings that they attend are not of value
Considering that across all levels of the business people are meeting on average 5 times a week this loss of productivity has a considerable impact and should no longer be considered as acceptable within the workplace. 

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