Efficient teams deliver 100% more than average teams, and have more fun while doing it. This tool was developed by Mentimeter and Influence and is as simple as one click.
Source: The above is based on research regarding collective intelligence conducted by Influence and the Stockholm School of Economics.
The questions are developed by Influence and scientists from Stockholm School of Economics. Influence is a leading consultancy firm for team efficiency.
Gather your team (once a week) and run the questions that you loaded in Step 1. This exercise doesn't take more than 5 minutes to run with your team. The discussion might be longer, but that's what you want.
Driving change in behaviour requires continuous effort. This tool is very easy to use and allows you to keep the change initiative going. Mentimeter is the easiest way to capture peoples opinions and turn them into tangible data.
People will become energized as they are expected to contribute. Our experience shows that when the team contributes in this form, they reflect in a very constructive manner.
The input is anonymous, which leads to unbiased and more honest input. Compared to a classic survey, this method will ensure a 100% response rate.
Change in behaviour is a complex matter and it requires you and your team to work on it continuously. Mentimeter is the easiest way to keep things top of mind. Our experience shows that the team wants to explain and motivate the outcome which create a constructive environment for discussions.
Opinions and perceptions are turned into actable data. Any actions you want to take are now backed up with data, and you have a way to track, progress.
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Influence is a Swedish management consulting firm with the ability to to develop collective intelligence in your management teams, projects or your whole organization.
Influence rests on a solid foundation of research and evidence-based methods, many of which are based on our own unique research at the Stockholm School of Economics. In 2011, Philip Runsten, one of Influence's partners, received the "HR Research of the Year" award by Sweden’s HR Society, IPF (the Institute for Personal and Business Development) at Uppsala University and the magazine ‘Personal & Ledarskap’ for his research on collective intelligence.
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