Making This Change Can Help You Take Back 40 Percent of Your Time Each Week

“Imagine spending two full days each week just sitting in meetings. Oh, wait–you already do. And, a Bain & Company study found, most leaders rate more than half of these get-togethers as ineffective. Yet the calendar creep continues: “The percentage of time an organization collectively spends in meetings has increased every year since 2008,” says Michael Mankins, a partner at Bain and co-author of Time, Talent, Energy. When Mankins and his partners dove deep into this issue, they found the average manager spends just 6.5 hours a week on real work. “But when leaders treat time as a scarce resource,” he explains, “they can liberate as much as 40 percent of unproductive time for executives and employees.” Here’s how to set your company’s schedules free.

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