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If your meetings run longer than 90 mi nutes, you might as well roll in the couches, say the 3M Meeting Management Network Web site (www.3M.com/meetingnetwork) experts.

Psychologists say productivity levels drop after 90 minutes and fall off dramatically after two hours. Their advice: If all you need is a 10-minute meeting, then call a 10-minute meeting. Period.

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