Time and time again, we've seen that when meeting professionals try to cram the agenda with many sessions to provide a lot of content in a short amount of time, complaints increase, the audience's focus waivers, and attendance drops at late-day sessions. When you consider how adults learn, this makes perfect sense. The learning process begins when they are exposed to new content during a session. But new concepts aren't fully absorbed or accepted right away. People need to look at a new ...

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