Organizational Dynamics (2018) 47, 32—36 Available online at www.sciencedirect.com ScienceDirect jo ur n al h o mep ag e: www .elsevier .co m /loc ate/o r gd yn The critical importance of meetings to leader and organizational success: Evidence-based insights and implications for key stakeholders Nale Lehmann-Willenbrock, Steven G. Rogelberg, Joseph A. Allen, John E. Kello Consider the following estimates about the current state of in and of itself. Yet, despite the abundance of meetings in workplace meetings in the United States. There are as many everyday organizational practice, meetings research is still a as 55 million meetings every single work day. Employees young science. Since the seminal work by Helen Schwartz- spend on average six hours per week sitting in meetings. man in 1986, other organizational scholars slowly began to Their managers spend even more time in meetings, with address meetings as a research topic. Indeed, it took almost averages around 23 h per week, and with some spending up 20 years after Schwartzman’s ground-breaking work for to 80% of their work time in meetings. Overall, a large meeting science to emerge as a distinct ﬁeld of study. Today, amount of organizational resources (i.e., employee time scholars from
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