Time To Ditch Those Awful Zoom Calls, CEOs Say
Lately, Zoom meetings have been hitting a nerve
Lately, Zoom meetings have been hitting a nerve with CEOs.
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon says there's no vital 'creative combustion" happening in virtual settings. American Airlines CEO Doug Parker finds Zoom meetings awful. And Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella calls them transactional, where "30 minutes into your first video meeting in the morning ... you're fatigued."
Early during the pandemic lockdowns, in April, many were touting the benefits. James Gorman, CEO of Morgan Stanley, said his bank would need much less real estate in the future because even though he was a fan of having teams together, "we've proven we can operate with no footprint."
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