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18 Responses to “Let’s Have a Meeting to Discuss the Implications of this Graph”
Confused about the axes!! X is the time and what’s Y ? Does it mean to have a 2 hours meeting at 8 o’ clock and no meeting at 9 ‘o clock? Cool .. talking for 2 hours in 60 minutes … Yes, seems that graphes proofes somewhat about time-dilatation …
Janice, the axes are rough guidelines, as this is far from scientific.
The blue line is time (x) vs total accumulated time (y).. So when the line is horizontal, there’s no meeting taking place. I probably should have focused more on making the diagonal lines exactly 1:1, though.
The red line is more theoretical, with the y-axis representing the current level of productivity — perhaps a percentage of the total possible productivity?
Let’s have a meeting to follow-up on the last meeting and to discuss the future meetings. We’ll then schedule a follow-up meeting.
I love it when I have a meeting with my boss but can never get a moment to discuss the real details of any project.
Why have we come to this point that we need to have a meeting for every little thing? I guess it’s not proper any more to simply walk up to a co-worker’s desk and ask a question? Seems that would solve a lot of productivity issues.
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