The Meeting Engagement Score™ by Decisions applies organizational psychology to meetings. It is an algorithm that assesses and predicts the likely success of a meeting based on indicators of attendee engagement and agenda quality.
Despite the confidence in our decision-making, research from 2002 Nobel Prize winners Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky shows otherwise: Our own biases, combined with poor processes and preparation, lead to poor decisions.
The Meeting Engagement Score™ is an industry first. It empowers organizations to rethink their approach to meetings and enables them to increase meeting effectiveness and improve decision-making.
Better meetings mean better decisions
If attendees do not look at the agenda or materials ahead of a meeting, they cannot have informed discussions. At best, this leads to wasting time and at worst, it can result in poor decisions that negatively impact business performance.
Meetings scheduled through Decisions are assigned a Meeting Engagement Score™. The score – from 0 to 100 – is based on factors of participant engagement and agenda effectiveness and is weighted toward the most important agenda items. Engagement with topics requiring a decision, compared to those for discussion or information, are marked with greater importance.
Eliminate wasteful meetings
The Meeting Engagement Score™ helps Decisions customers get rid of wasteful meetings and make better decisions. Leaders, project managers and meeting organizers can use the Meeting Engagement Score™ to start conversations.
“For many clients, the Meeting Engagement Score™ becomes a rallying point in group discussions about how the meeting could be more successfully run,” said Decisions CEO, Jørgen Solberg. "Others compare scores between meetings to assess why one is more effective than another.”
What is your Meeting Engagement Score™? Get started with Decisions today to find out.