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Meeting Better: 10 OKRs to Improve Meeting Culture

Learn how to improve meeting culture and measure progress with OKRs. 10 example OKRs for Meeting Culture. Learn how to track KRs using company analytics.


Meetings are a crucial part of modern work, yet they are often seen as a necessary evil. Many employees view meetings as a time-consuming distraction from their work, and it's not uncommon for meetings to be unproductive and unengaging. Meetings that are well-organized, productive, and engaging can help to boost employee morale and improve collaboration and communication. But how can companies measure and improve their meeting culture?One powerful solution is OKRs (Objectives and Key Results). OKRs are a framework for setting and tracking organizational goals and progress. They can be used to measure and improve a wide range of organizational performance, including meeting culture. By setting specific, measurable objectives and key results, companies can make meetings more productive and engaging, and follow progress towards those objectives. Using OKRs is not without its risks and should not be rushed into.

In this article, we'll explore how OKRs can be used to improve meeting culture, provide 10 examples of objectives and key results that can be used to improve meeting culture, and explain how to measure the success of these OKRs. By the end of this article, you'll have a better understanding of how to use OKRs to make meetings better.

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OKRs: A powerful framework for improvement.

OKRs (Objectives and Key Results) are a framework for setting and tracking organizational goals and progress. They are used to align the organization's goals with its strategy, and ensure that everyone is working towards the same objectives. OKRs have three key elements: objectives, key results, and metrics.

  • Objectives: Objectives are the specific, measurable outcomes that the organization wants to achieve. They are usually high-level and focus on the big picture of what the organization wants to achieve.

  • Key Results: Key results are the specific, measurable actions that need to be taken to achieve the objectives. They are usually more specific and tactical than objectives, and are used to measure progress towards the objectives.

  • Metrics: Metrics are the data and measurements that are used to track progress towards the key results. They are used to measure the success of the OKRs and identify areas for improvement.

OKRs can be used to measure and improve meeting culture by setting specific, measurable objectives and key results for meetings. This can help to make meetings more productive and engaging, and track progress towards those objectives. Read on for 10 suggestions how to use OKRs to improve your meeting culture.

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10 OKRs to Improve Meeting Culture

One of the key ways that OKRs can be used to improve meeting culture is by setting specific, measurable objectives and key results for meetings. Here you can find 10 examples for OKRs which might be relevant for you, and your team's meeting culture.

Here are our list of example objectives and key results for meeting culture improvements:

1. Objective: Increase the effectiveness of team meetings

KR1: Increase the number of action items identified in team meetings by 30%

KR2: Improve the average satisfaction score of team members with team meetings by 25%

2. Objective: Improve punctuality in meetings

KR1: Decrease the number of meetings that start late by 20%

KR2: Increase the number of meetings that start on time by 30%

3. Objective: Enhance participation and engagement in meetings

KR1: Increase the number of attendees who speak during meetings by 25%

KR2: Improve the average participation score of attendees in meetings by 30%

4. Objective: Increase cross-functional collaboration

KR1: Increase the number of cross-functional teams formed by 50%

KR2: Increase the number of projects completed by cross-functional teams by 30%

5. Objective: Increase efficiency in meetings

KR1: Decrease the average meeting duration by 20%

KR2: Increase the average productivity score of attendees in meetings by 30%

6. Objective: Promote a culture of transparency and trust during meetings

KR1: Increase the number of attendees who feel that meetings are a safe space to share ideas and concerns by 25%

KR2: Improve the average trust score of attendees in meetings by 30%

7. Objective: Encourage active listening and effective feedback during meetings

KR1: Increase the number of attendees who feel that their feedback is heard and considered during meetings by 25%

KR2: Improve the average active listening score of attendees in meetings by 30%

8. Objective: Reduce multitasking during meetings

KR1: Decrease the average number of open tabs/applications during meetings by 40%

KR2: Improve the average multitasking score of attendees in meetings by 25%

9. Objective: Improve meeting agenda and organization

KR1: Increase the number of attendees who feel that meetings have a clear agenda and purpose by 25%

KR2: Improve the average meeting agenda score of attendees in meetings by 30%

10. Objective: Improve decision making during meetings

KR1: Increase the number of decisions made during meetings by 25%

KR2: Improve the average decision making score of attendees in meetings by 30%

Note that these objectives and key results are just examples, and the specific objectives and key results will vary depending on the organization's specific needs and priorities. You might be also wondering how all those metrics can be tracked easily. That's where Flowtrace comes in, a meeting analytics platform which does just that as part of its company analytics solution.

KRs Using Company Analytics

Tracking OKRs can be a daunting task, as there is a lot of metrics to be tracked, from data and employee opinions. Doing this on a quarter by quarter and year by year basis can be a lot of work, especially for organizations with a large number of employees. This is where a company analytics platform like Flowtrace can be a valuable tool.

Flowtrace's company analytics platform creates management metrics out of the box. This includes meeting culture metrics, collaboration culture metrics, cross-functional process metrics and employee surveys to cover employee opinions. It provides a 360-view into your business covering productivity, collaboration, engagement and meeting metrics. With Flowtrace, you can discover what kind of relationships your teams have and prioritize the aspects of internal business to tackle first.

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The platform integrates with popular productivity tools such as Google Workspace, Zoom, Google Meets, Google Docs, Google calendar, Jira, ClickUp, Asana, GitHub, Gitlab, HubSpot, Pipedrive, Front, Intercom and many more. It provides a personalized dashboard for employees, weekly eNPS and team effectiveness surveys, company and channel reporting capabilities. It also includes AI recommendations which are benchmarked against other clients of the same types and size. It also provides employee pulse surveys with up to 90% response rates.

If you're interested in learning more about how Flowtrace can help you to track OKRs, please visit our website or schedule a demo.

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