“In business, we like to convert time to money, and the reverse. But in practice, time and money are different. We can get more money, save it, move it between accounts and use it on demand. These operations don’t apply easily to time. … You can’t earn an extra hour to use on a busy day.” — Reid Hastie’s article about meetings in the NY Times

Posted: Monday January 26, 2009 by Alesh Houdek · Categories: Psychology · Comment feed: RSS, atom



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