One of the main questions we are trying to answer at MeetingArk is “What makes for better meetings?” Whilst our discussion groups are a vital tool in seeking the answer, empirical evidence is also required. So we want to hear from you about the meetings you have attended, analyse and present the data you provide in a useful way, and together build the evidence about meetings best-practice.
The data-gathering is done via a simple questionnaire. This allows you to rate a meeting you have attended by answering a few simple questions anonymously, and it will only take a couple of minutes to complete. Your contribution will improve knowledge about what makes meetings better, so please click the following link.
Click here to Rate a Meeting
We hope you will keep on rating your meetings, as the more meetings data we have, the more useful the analysis will be. And it doesn’t matter if several people rate the same meeting – in fact, several different opinions of a meeting should provide a better understanding of how effective the meeting was.
The meetings we’ve analysed so far show that shorter meetings, with fewer attendees, tend to be more effective than longer meetings or those with a large number in attendance. It also seems that people find meetings with their own group or team better than those with more diverse attendees. Looking at the parameters meetings are rated by, we can that see that productivity comes top, with timekeeping, venues and technology at the bottom.
Click here to see the full Analysis Results