The Blog on Meeting Management

Sign up for the blog e-mails
AdobeStock_153437503-626602-edited

Today, culture is so enmeshed with a company brand that it’s hard to discuss one without the other. It is what you stand for as a company leader and an organization as a whole. Beyond benefits and vacation time, company culture is an environment of support, transparency, and enthusiasm. And it cascades from the top. It’s a huge part of your role to set the tone for how employees feel, how they treat each other, and how they perform.

Patty-Cake-infografic-hero-image

Meetings: the necessary evil of every business. We need them, they’re not going anywhere, yet office employees site them as the number one waste of time throughout their week and biggest hindrance to productivity. Eliminating the many tedious tasks associated with every meeting—such as finding and booking rooms, reserving technology, ordering catering, and dealing with guests—is a first and tremendously important step in saving time, boosting productivity, and improving employee morale when it comes to meetings.

An Activity-based workplace is an ever-changing environment. New and alternate approaches to workplaces are continually emerging. The latest growing trend is called Activity Based Working (ABW).   

Activity Based Working aims to boost collaboration, productivity, and flexibility while reducing costs.  It's a workplace strategy that provides people with a choice of settings for a variety of workplace activities. Rather than forcing individuals to undertake all their work at one setting, ABW allows people to physically locate themselves where it is most suitable for them to complete their job.  

Sign up for the blog e-mails