An anthropological study undertaken at Boise State University provides some interesting Data on WHAT PROFESSORS DO ALL DAY?

While giving an insight into the actual hours worked, an interesting break down of how its it allocated, the key finding for me was the extraordinary amount of time spent in meetings (See graph below). While meetings are a crucial aspect of any effective group enterprise, they are so often inefficient. But they don’t need to be, and can be significantly improved, as I have discussed earlier.



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