The lockdown has caused changes of routine
Not all new habits will outlive the pandemic. Of those that will, not all are welcome. "Research suggests that executives may spend 23 hours a week in meetings. Cut that time in half and think of how much more might be achieved. And that will be just as true when people return to the office as it is when they work from their kitchen table. The pandemic could provide a wake-up call on meeting futility." The Economist explores.
From The Economist