In a recent Harvard Business Review article, author Michael Mankins, a managing partner at management consulting firm Marakon Associates, New York, NY, discusses the “sad reality” that few senior management teams use their meeting time effectively. In a survey of 187 companies worldwide, he found that senior executives spend fewer than three days a month as a team, and less than three hours a month on strategic issues. It's not surprising, therefore, that strategy discussions are often ...

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