Workers everywhere spend too much time attending business meetings. But maybe there’s a better way. We wonder aloud if a few simpleupgrades to Microsoft Outlook could reduce the number of meetings we attend, while making others more productive and less time-consuming.
To: Satya Nadella, CEO, Microsoft Corp. From: Holger Reisinger, SVP, Jabra Subject: Proposed changes to Outlook to improve business productivity
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