Meetings are not a Technology Problem

No amount of auto-transcription, quick-enable call-recording, lengthy templates, or wide-screen camera viewing angles are going to make your meetings any better than they are today.

They might give them a needed shot of adrenaline and make people go — “okay, wow, this is great” — but they aren’t going to make them better.

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