Save Time, Elevate Your Performance
There are 55 million meetings in the US every single day.
They cost $1.4 Trillion dollars per year.
And 89% of meeting attendees are unhappy with the meetings they attend.
In short, they suck…time, money, and morale.
You can change all of that – with MeetingScience!
MeetingScience is the science of optimizing human meeting performance. It’s a cloud-based application that helps organizations identify the true cost, value, and impact of meetings, and how to improve them. Watson had Holmes, NASA had Mary Jackson, Ironman had Jarvis, and you have MeetingScience!
Companies who embrace the MeetingScience Suite experience:
- Higher Meeting Performance
- Lower Meeting Strain
- Higher Productivity
- Lower Turnover
Why Do Meetings Underperform?
- They lack a clear purpose
- They lack a clear goal
- They lack an agenda
- They lack clear next steps
- Unprepared Organizer
- Too Many People
- Passive Attendee Participation
- Start Late
- End Late
- Tech Problems
Sound familiar? The average knowledge worker spends nearly three hours every day in meetings. Other than sleep, they are the second highest tax on our time. Speaking of tax, meetings also represent the highest company payroll expense: $0.38-$0.45 of every payroll dollar gets spent on meetings.
But it doesn’t have to be this way….
Fast & Easy
MeetingScience improves and works with the tools you already use for scheduling, hosting, and coordinating meetings. Within minutes you will have insights to improve your meetings.
MEETINGS THAT MATTER
With AI-driven recommendations and coaching you’ll see fewer meetings on your calendar, higher satisfaction from meeting attendees and less time wasted.
At MeetingScience, we are all about optimizing human performance.
MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD
Anonymous feedback on the quality of the meetings you attend
NEVER WASTE TIME
Discover the true time and cost of the meetings you organize, and the impact on the people who attend
INSIGHT IS IN SIGHT
Who wastes the most money/time? Who runs great or terrible meetings? And who is overloaded in the company?
PREPARATION, NOT PERSPIRATION
Coaching tips on how to effectively prepare for meetings and think proactively about structuring your day
On purpose, agenda, meeting type, and duration
Prioritize investments in different meeting processes and technologies
Compare your stats with the rest of your team or company and see how far ahead or behind you are in immunizing yourself from bad meetings
OPTIMIZE, DON'T SETTLE
Identify why meetings you organize are great or terrible, and how to improve them
UPGRADE YOUR MEETING CULTURE
Identify individuals who could benefit from specific coaching, and identify the optimal meeting dynamics that benefit the entire company
Read what some of our early adopters have to stay about how MeetingScience helped them.
With MeetingScience I was able to shorten my weekly leadership meetings, move one-on-ones to semi-monthly and have time to schedule longer monthly brainstorming sessions, all while increasing attendee satisfaction by over 55%.
Before MeetingScience, we definitely had a meeting-centric culture in our organization, and didn’t really know just how many meetings took place over any given day, week, or month. After using MeetingScience for 30 days, we realized that we could reduce our meeting load by 21%. Our employees are happier that they’re not cutting into their family time by getting work done during the day with the time we saved on pointless meetings.
MeetingScience has already paid for itself. It’s like a performance coach in my ear, giving me real-time feedback on how I can improve meetings across the company. We’ve eliminated dozens of wasteful, low scoring meetings, and meeting organizers now have a much clearer sense of purpose for the meetings they organize.
Calculate MeetingCapital™ ROI
MeetingCapital™ is the value of time restored to individuals that would have otherwise been spent in wasteful meetings.
Who loves ROI? we do! With our application, companies like yours can effectively remove up to 20% of their unproductive meeting load, resulting in:
restored to your bottom line, annually.
If you want to learning about the latest happenings in MeetingScience, the science of meetings, or meeting science, here’s a great place to look.
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