The Case for Executive Assistants by Melba J. Duncan, Harvard Business Review

At very senior levels, the return on investment from a skilled assistant can be substantial. In reality, good assistants save their bosses much more than that. They ensure that meetings begin on time with prep material delivered in advance. They optimize travel schedules and enable remote decision making, keeping projects on track. As Robert Pozen writes in this issue: A top-notch assistant “is crucial to being productive.”

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