January 26, 2015
Clarizen, a leader in enterprise work collaboration software, recently announced a round of survey results that show how status meetings actually undermine worker productivity. Released in the form of an infographic, three in five employed adults reported that preparing for status meetings takes longer than the actual meeting itself.
“Survey results continue to show that status meetings do not boost employee productivity,” says Avinoam Nowogrodski, founder and CEO of Clarizen. “In today’s modern workplace, where demands are constantly changing, employees need easy, real-time access to their discussions, work content and processes. This is what fuels employee productivity and quality work, not sitting in status meetings or preparing lengthy status reports.”
That’s where Clarizen steps in, offering companies collaboration, accountability, and transparency via their platform. Here are the full survey results:
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