As Australian businesses move their annual general meetings (AGM) online to comply with COVID-19 res...
The Executive Time Use Project is an international data collection effort by the London School of Economics and Harvard Business School to analyse how corporate leaders in the US, Europe and Asia organise their working time.
In an article titled “Where’s the boss? Trapped in a Meeting” the Wall Street Journal reported some of the findings from the above research.
The physical organisation is becoming a thing of the past. Technology will continue to shift what people spend their time doing, just as it will change the numbers of days they are present at a physical location.
All of the time that was spent in meetings (18 hours according to the Infographic) is what’s encouraging CEOs to go virtual. The attitude of people within the organisation (top down) is seeing a change - as they move to virtual communication tools like online meetings to organise their time better.
Online shareholder meetings and annual general meetings are likely here to stay.
With a huge amount of work and communication now being done remotely, many team leaders are looking for creative ways t...