There are biological, psychological, and emotional elements involved with meeting face-to-face that not even the longest virtual meeting can replicate.

Reed Parker

Reed Parker is a freelance writer whose interests include business, psychology, marketing, and bad jokes. He once stayed up all night trying to find the sun. Then it dawned on him. Follow him on Twitter.

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Why Meeting Face-to-face Will Never Go out of Style

When MeCam set up manufacturing operations in Taiwan, CEO Drew Martin had never been there and had never met the people in charge of the operation face-to-face. Martin would communicate with his manufacturers over email, Skype, and Google Hangouts. Martin explained that his initial feelings about this arrangement were optimistic: “When people asked how many... Read more »

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There are biological, psychological, and emotional elements involved with meeting face-to-face that not even the longest virtual meeting can replicate.