Meetings might be a staple in your daily work life, but far too often—let’s face it—they’re a time suck. Think about how often your day flies in the midst of back-to-back-to-back meetings, as you inhale a burrito in the four minutes you have between them. At the end of the day, you realize you’ve had no time to get your work done. But if those meetings weren’t work, then why did they snarf your day faster than you ate that burrito?
Here’s the good news: Remote work may be prompting a shift not only in how people perceive