The meetings are an escape of thousands of millions of euros in existing companies.
A meeting is unproductive, frustrates people, decreases productivity and adversely affects the culture of the organization.
Also, in numerous surveys of executives and middle managers, data are creepy. At least the 50% work time spent in meetings, both team and individual. And of these, 50% are entirely unproductive time.
This means that if a manager works forty hours a week, half are 20 hours in meetings and they, 10 hours are unproductive. Viewed another way, the 25% time a manager is thrown away.
Now, if a medium one hundred workers who have such 1 CEO and 7 frontline managers in the organizational (director marketing, CFO, Technical Director, HR director, Director of Sales, project director and CIO) and each of these hanging 3 middle, in total would 29 People turn have personnel responsible.
Let's say an average salary of € 45,000 in these 29 people giving a score of € 1,305,000. The 25% this amount is more than 325.000€ that are leaking between the fingers of the organization due to poor meeting management policy.
The 25% an official time is wasted in unproductive meetings
If a company 100 workers may be wasting € 325,000 in staff time, What can happen with a multinational?
And the key question is, Are you measuring the company this amount of time wasted by not having specific tools to improve productivity in meetings?
And on the other hand Where else can you be escaping money in companies that do not work management skills with key personnel?
The main problem is not that people are ineffective at meetings. The problem is that people do not use specific tools or skills they have developed to address these problems productivity.
In addition to all this comes together in a team to work, there are different personalities, working styles, cultures and ways of thinking that make it even more complex is the ability to increase productivity in meetings.
Many companies have realized this long business ballast and are taking steps to optimize specific technical meetings.
If you are interested in learning these techniques, please contact us for more information.
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