Meetingitis - the state of having too many meetings, leading to wasted time and loss of productivity
Poorly managed and overly frequent meetings are getting in the way of work that matters in nearly every company today – draining the productive time of employees. According to a Harvard Business Review survey, senior managers across industries reported:
said meetings keep them from
completing their own work
per month is being
said meetings are
unproductive and inefficient
Empower managers and company leadership with actionable time and productivity insights
Your company is a living organism that is evolving from day to day. Now you can visualize how the implementation of modern productivity and collaboration tools (Office 365, G Suite, Slack, video-conferencing, and more) actually impacts company culture and collaboration. See how time management practices (“No-meeting Fridays”) affect your organization’s communication flow and time spent.
Visualize company and team dynamics in intuitive graphs
See how your company communication flow and team dynamics function with intuitive 3D sociomapping. Every team manager and company leader can gain easy-to-understand insights they can use in minutes.
Companies change dynamically over time, as they grow, as their industry changes, as the business develops. This sample company started as a heavily IT development driven company in Q1. Creating/improving software was the top priority to start the business.
No product can sell itself without marketing. In Q2 the marketing department is starting to engage in conversations with the Development department to prepare the launch campaign.
In Q3 the Marketing department is now playing a significant role in preparing the launch of a campaign. Development department does not need to be involved in marketing discussions anymore. Moreover, the Sales department is starting to engage more in conversations with Marketing.
In Q4 the Sales department is taking over the lead of the business and pushing the product to the market with the strong support of the Marketing department.