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Our Meeting Productivity Quiz

How effective are your Meetings?

Our quiz will give you an evaluation of how productive your meetings are. We will also give you tips on how you can further increase your efficiency.

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If you are dealing with the topic of efficient meetings, we think it makes sense to get an overview of the current situation first. You should get a feel for how effective your meetings are. To help you with this, we have developed our meeting productivity test. It asks you various questions and calculates a score at the end that assesses your meeting efficiency. You can easily start the test right here on this page.

Who is it for?

For Managers

You are a manager and want to optimize the meetings in your team

For managing directors

Would you like to analyze and improve the meeting processes in your company?

For team leaders

Are you leading or part of a team and unhappy with your meetings?

How does it work?

You will be asked different questions about your daily meetings one after the other. Each question can be answered from Strongly Disagree to Strongly Agree. Strongly Disagree means that you are not yet implementing the topics asked in the question, Strongly Agree means that you have already dealt with this topic and are implementing it in your team or company.

Meeting Productivity Quiz
Do you regularly cancel meetings without clear objectives?
Have you defined different meeting types and are you training new team members?
Are action items stored in a central location so that every team member can access them at any time?
Do you send the meeting agendas manually or do you use a tool for this?
Are you experimenting with different meeting formats, such as daily check-ins and weekly team meetings?
Do you prepare meeting protocols?
Do you use a meeting agenda in your team?
A meeting agenda determines whether the meeting is goal-oriented. Ideally, the meeting agenda should be stored centrally and be collaborative, i.e. each participant can add items to the agenda.
Do you actively promote your meeting culture in the company?
Do you use automation to make meetings more efficient, e.g. e-mail reminders that everyone has added their items to the agenda?
Do all members have to be present at a team meeting or do people not have to attend the meeting if there are no relevant items on the agenda for them?
Do you plan enough time to prepare for meetings?
Do meetings end early when all issues have been resolved?
Do you have clear rules about when and for what purpose meetings should take place?
Are the meeting minutes made available to other team members?
Is it possible for each participant to edit the agenda and add topics independently?
Do you plan enough time to prepare for meetings?
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