What are peak meeting times during the day?

The Story Behind This Graph

By tracking when employees meet the most businesses can gain valuable insight into their de facto company culture. This graph reveals when companies in your geographic region tend to meet the most, so you can compare and contrast that with your organization’s specific meeting behavior.

Why It Matters

Companies must facilitate effective collaboration to succeed. By being aware of peak meeting times, you can better schedule company-wide events or meetings to coincide with the least disruptive times.

Even more importantly, you may be able to use this metric to dispel the perception around the office that there’s not enough meeting space – a conclusion that many employees mistakenly arrive at when they notice that meeting rooms are full during their preferred times. By knowing when meeting space is more available, you’ll be able to encourage your staff to meet at different times. This can prevent delays when it comes to scheduling new meetings, and help your company make the most of its space.

How It’s Calculated

For every 15 minutes of a day, we determine how many meetings are occurring at that time of day. We then normalize by the total number of meetings and display against a 24-hour time graph.

How does your organization compare?

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