Meetings Go Back to the Future

    “Corporate meetings suck.” Those are the rather blunt words of Matt Homann, owner of Filament. His company both houses and facilitates a new kind of meeting. It’s one that shuns all of today’s modern gadgets and takes things “back to the future,” employing toys, games, and even a cartoonist to encourage face to face, more creative communication. One professor we spoke to, who specializes in organizational behavior, says this “new” approach is a sign that we’re learning things about our technology that simply don’t work.

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