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Oct 3, 2019

What we'd eliminate from our jobs if we could: Industry pros confess

Time sheets, link tests, briefs... who needs them? Heck, we could even do without 'showing up', says one industry leader.

Sure, things like time sheets, meetings and email can be daily annoyances. But when we asked a group of high-profile industry professionals which aspect of their jobs they'd like to eliminate, you might be surprised by their answers.

Turns out some pretty critical operational things would be placed on the chopping block. Briefs, bosses, even showing up entirely, it seems, would be ditched in a second if it were possible. Have a listen.

You might enjoy looking at some of our other Spikes Asia 2019 coverage and videos while you're at it, check out our videos on storyteching, chatbots, music and playing it safe, and our quick-fire 'Keeping pace with...' series with R/GA's Tuomas Peltoniemi, Google's Tara Mckenty and Brave Bison's Kate Burns.

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