Measure the activity and efficiency of your organizational meetings. Have oversight and clear visibility of the total time spent in meetings, attendance list, meetings that are happening in overtime hours, and other important factors from
one web-based dashboard.
Get actionable insights by analysing your organizational meeting data.
The insight will help you to design the new “meeting culture” to use the most important assets of an organization, human resources and time, effectively and efficiently.
Collect data about your internal and external meetings and peer-to-peer cooperation activities.
Measure how much communication time you are spending for specific customers and partners in meetings.
Analyze long-duration meetings in order to use working hours more efficiently
Long meetings are usually not very effective and attendees’ attention will fade away after some time, so it is crucial to address if it is happening frequently.
Analyse high populated meetings realtime
Understand why it is taking so much time for specific meetings, and see the reoccurring patterns to better manage the time and resources spent in them.
Crowded meetings are also not very practical in terms of communication and after meeting actions because of so many parties’ involvement.
Analyse 1:1 meetings to increase employee loyalty and development.
It is very crucial to have these 1:1 meetings to be based on an open communication and feedback loop between the employee and the manager.
See different management layer attendance for specific meetings, and measure the efficiency and productivity outcome of those meetings department by department.
Get actionable insights to tweak the attendance and the productivity of the meetings. Change the structure of the meeting totally if required to use the time and human power efficiently.
Reoccurring meetings are the most time-consuming ones in terms of time and human resources. Understand which meetings are overlapping and repeating in different times with different departments.
Have a broader picture of all the meetings that are happening, daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly.
Which meetings are planned, which meetings are formed on the fly? If it happens on the fly, see their pattern, which departments are having them the most, and form a structure to make them more efficient if possible.