Paper booking charts hanging on meeting room doors are long gone. And so is constant squabbling over them and the staff’s frustration with lack of privacy. The trend are digital room booking systems. Not only do they significantly save time and money. They’re also crucial for the company image and atmosphere.
People are demanding your attention all day long. You’re tied up in meetings or emails all day long. The bigger the firm, the harder it is to communicate. That’s why Jan Řežáb and Cyril Höschl have come up with a tool that measures internal communication flows and helps to uncover defects in teams’ communication and improve their time management.
According to estimates by Adobe, 88% of the business cards you give out will end up in the trash (or at best in the recycling bin) within a week. But we had found 8 examples of the most creative business cards you have ever seen. You'll remember these for years!
How should the ideal meeting room look? What’s an absolute must to have in it? And what definitely shouldn’t be in it? We turned to the main partners of the Meeting Room of the Year contest with these questions. They answered us with this advice and experience:
Office meetings, status checks, sessions, conferences, briefings, taking minutes and losing hours… Call it whatever you want. Every company has them at least once a week (and the ones that say they don’t have them even more often). And everyone really looks forward to them.